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Y.E.S. Alumni

Since the program started, more than 500 of the best students in the country have attended the NRA Youth Education Summit. Loved your time at Y.E.S.? Come back and join us as a chaperone or support future Y.E.S. participants by giving a charitable donation to the Y.E.S. endowment! 

Chaperone

Chaperone applications for the 2018 Youth Education summit will become avialable by request in September 2017.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to lead others through this wonderful week and experience it again for yourself! The deadline for applications is March 1, 2018.

Please send a request for an application to yes@nrahq.org or call (703) 267-1351.
Grand Scholarship

To apply, students must first attend National Y.E.S. After attending, students have 9 months to work on a Grand Scholarship application where they develop a portfolio that communicates the NRA programs they’ve introduced to their community and the impact those programs made.

Students present their Y.E.S. experience to local youth clubs and schools, volunteer at Friends of NRA banquets and many students establish Eddie Eagle GunSafe programs in their communities.

All 2016 Y.E.S. alumni are encouraged to apply for the Grand Scholarship! The deadline is July 1, 2017.

Should you have further questions, please email yes@nrahq.org or call (703) 267-1351.
Endowment

Did Y.E.S. change your life? Did you love your experience?

If so, ensure that the program changes other people's lives and contribute to the Youth Education Summit Endowment. Contributions are tax-deductible and support a worthy cause.

Mail contributions to:
The NRA Foundation
11250 Waples Mill Road
Fairfax, VA 22030

Please write your checks to The NRA Foundation and put "Y.E.S. Endowment #14014" in the memo line.

Want To Know More 

For more information about the NRA Youth Education Summit, please call us at (800) 672-3888 ext. 1351 or email yes@nrahq.org.

Youth Education Summit

A week-long competitive fellowship in Washington, D.C. enables high school sophomores and juniors to explore their passion for the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights and our American government.