The 2010s

A Team Fundraising Page Benefiting The Junior State of America
  • Team goal:
  • $10,000
  • Raised so far:
  • $4,150
  • Team Ranking:
  • 5 of 9
  • Fundraisers:
  • 3
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Decade Co-Chairs:

Sabrina Lieberman (Marlborough School '14, SoCal Gov '14, Georgetown SS '12)
Ben Reytblat (Staten Island Technical H.S. '14, NE Gov '14, Georgetown SS '13)

 

Though the 2010s aren't over yet, they have so far brought the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell, the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, and the passage of the Affordable Care Act. These events and others have already inspired debates at JSA conventions and summer schools, proving that JSA is as effective as ever at giving students a platform to engage with current events. 2013 has also seen the formation of JSA's newest point of expansion: a school-year program serving the U.S. Territores and Insular Areas, funded by a generous grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior.

This fundraising team consists of students who graduated from JSA in the 2010s and continue to believe in the power of the Junior State of America. We’re celebrating JSA’s 80th anniversary by asking our friends, families, and fellow JSA’ers to invest in an organization that continues to make a huge impact on the lives of students across the U.S.

Please contribute to our shared goal by finding a 2010s compatriot (from the member list on your right) to contribute to, by clicking "DONATE NOW" above and contributing to our shared decade goal, or even by clicking "JOIN TEAM" on our team photo to start your own fundraising page and share your love of JSA with others.

We want to ensure that every student who wants to participate in JSA can, regardless of family income. Your contribution makes that happen.

$100or $9 a monthhelps one future leader attend a convention; $300or $25 a monthhelps them attend for an entire year. $500 a month ensures one more student can attend our life-changing summer school.

 

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