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Start a chapter at my High School

Advisors & Administration
Students
Parents
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Advisors & Admistration

Advisors & Admistrator

Are you are staff member or teacher at a middle or high school? An administrator interested in getting your students involved in the Veterans History Studio research efforts?

Key Facts:

  • Time commitment: 2-4 hrs/month

  • Volunteer hours for students: Yes

  • Access to the educator community across the United States

  • Deep insights into veterans' lived experiences

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Students

Students

Are you a high school student (grades 9-12) interested in having a Veterans History Stuio at your school? Great, we would love to hear from you! Review the resource below and reach out to us to get started. 

Key Facts:

  • Time commitment: 5-7 hrs/month

  • Volunteer hours granted: Yes

  • Collaborate with Veterans to gather insightful lived experiences and work with the Veterans History Studio research team on existing research efforts. 

 

Step to start a new chapter at school:

  • Find an advisor at school who is willing to sponsor you. They can be a teacher or school staff member

  • Recruit 2 classmates to collaborate with

  • Reach out to us with the following information (send an email to: veterans.history.studio@gmail.com)

    • Advisor's full name and email address​

    • School name and state

    • Your full name 

    • Few sentences describing why you are inspired to start a chapter

 

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Parents

Parents

Do you have a student who is interested in a unique leadership opportunity that sits at the intersection of Civics, Government, Policy, Technology, and Healthcare? Are you interested in learning more about how to start a chapter at your child’s school?

Meet with school administration and staff members at the school to learn about the local process of creating an organization at the school. Review the process outlined in the Student section above and collaborate with your student to complete the steps. 

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