Why start a chapter!
Starting a JSA chapter requires patience, dedication, and hard work, but the rewards are tremendous. A successful Junior State chapter can bring political education and involvement to an apathetic high school campus and have a huge effect on many individuals’ lives. JSAZ has student leaders ready to help you form a chapter.
Why you should join Junior State!
The Junior Statesmen program is a proud non-profit and non-partisan organization that promotes an involvement in democracy among high-school age students. JSA was first founded in 1934, by the headmaster of the Montezuma School in California and his students, while trying to figure out how to promote an informed citizenry. In the last few decades, the JSA program has spread to more than thirty states, one of the most recent being Arizona. So come join the JSA legacy, as we offer students the ability to cultivate a passion and a voice in the wide world of politics.
Forming a chapter
Contact Arizona Junior State Governor Ciana Cronin at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Arizona Program Director Stuart Luther at email@example.com for more help and information on forming a chapter.