Returning JSA to its Student Roots
The Junior State was founded 83 years ago by a small group of students with a radical vision: high schoolers, through discourse and debate, could tackle the most pressing political, economic, and social issues. Since then, the organization has blossomed into the second home we know and love.
I believe that JSA is the most empowering organization for high school students in the United States - one that is only beginning to grow. But as we grow, we must stick true to the values of student government, inclusion, and empathy that the Junior State was founded upon.
Join our movement to return JSA to its student roots, to empower the individual, and to create a system of government where all members of JSA - from the freshmen attending their first conference, to the seniors attending their last, feel they belong.
Join me in our campaign.