JSA Voices

July 15, 2021

We Need More Women in Power: JSA’s Young Women’s Leadership Institute

Felicity is a soft-spoken high school student from South Florida who has future aspirations of having a career in politics and law. She knew that she […]
June 2, 2021

Remembering Richard Prosser (1946-2021)

Junior State of America and its wide family of supporters, friends, and alumni mourn the passing of Richard T. Prosser, former Executive Director of the Junior Statesmen […]
May 12, 2021

JSA May Student of the Month

L.Brock    Pronouns: she/they  JSA State: Northeast (Massachusetts)   About L: L Brock is a Fundraising Agent for the NES this year and the Director of Media and Publicity for […]
May 10, 2021

JSA May Chapter of the Month

Fairfield High School JSA State: Ohio River Valley   What has your chapter done to help your local community and/or beyond?  Fairfield JSA is passionate about both […]
April 30, 2021

Lifting the Texas Mask Mandate: An Open Letter to Texas Government

Kendall is a rising Junior and is Vice President of The John Cooper School JSA Chapter. In the past, she has participated in JSA’s Summer L.A. Burd Institute for […]
April 30, 2021

The Derek Chauvin Verdict: A Statement from JSA’s Student-Run Racial Justice Task Force

For once, peace has been achieved for a family affected by the long-standing plague of police brutality in America.  On Tuesday, April 20th, Derek Chauvin, the […]
April 13, 2021

JSA April Chapter of the Month

Cristo Rey St Martin JSA State: Midwest   What has your chapter done to help your local community and/or beyond?  We constantly encourage our members to […]
April 12, 2021

JSA April Student of the Month

Meg G.   Pronouns: she/her  JSA State: Midwest (Illinois)   About Meg: Meg found her second home at her high school’s JSA chapter. She became so fond […]
April 9, 2021

Immigration Reform Defines the Fate Of Many

  By: Maya M. Maya is a rising Junior and a member of the JSA club within the Ossining District. She is a student advocate for […]