JSA State

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  1. ParkCore

    ParkCore Member

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    Hello all,

    So, I'm a member of the JSA State which is a program that allows us students to travel to D.C. every year and participate in government. It teaches us to be leaders and how to be involved as leaders. So, first question - is this the same as boys and girls state? Also, how heavy do you think this will weigh to the academy? I'm also part of the Student Organization Committee. Will this help also? Thanks to all inputs!

    Corey


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  2. Damarkodixon

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    All extracurriculars help
     
  3. Jcc123

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    No, they're not the same. Boys' State is sponsored by the American Legion. Both are worthy programs, but I know USMA looks very favorably upon Boys' State attendees.
     

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