Qualified junior or senior high school students applying for this opportunity must show demonstrated leadership through public service in elected or appointed positions where they are actively representing a constituency in organizations that relate to government, public affairs, history and/or community service. They must be actively serving in qualified leadership positions, enrolled in high school.
Two student delegates and a first and second alternate will be selected. The two winning delegates will represent DoDEA and the U.S. Senators for where their parent is registered to vote in an intensive educational program during the week-long Fifty-Eight Annual Washington Week, March 7- 14, 2020.
Each of the two winning delegates will be awarded $10,000 undergraduate college Scholarship with encouragement to pursue coursework in history and political science. Winners MUST attend the entire week in Washington, D.C., in order to receive the scholarship.
IMPORTANT: DoDEA students living in the Pacific, Europe, Puerto Rico, and Cuba apply through DoDEA Headquarters. DoDEA students in the Americas apply for the US Senate Youth Program through the state education agency and compete with other state applicants within their state.
DoDEA Social Studies Instructional Systems Specialist
4800 Mark Center Drive
Alexandria VA 22350-1400
The 2019 DoDEA USSYP Representatives. Pictured from left to right, Daniel Posthumus of Nile C. Kinnick High School, Dr. Linda Curtis, DoDEA Principal Deputy Director and Associate Director of Academics, and Shannon Ryu of Seoul American Middle High School.
The deadline for submission of all application and entry information is due on or before 11:59 p.m. EST October 4th. The application process opens on Moday, August 26th. To begin the process student's request to join the Schoology Course “United States Senate Youth Program – Student Applicants” with access code 458ZC-HSBTV.