After attending the national program, students have the option to compete for the Y.E.S. Grand Scholarship. In the 11 months after their session, competing students must introduce NRA programs into their community and build a portfolio that documents their experiences as advocates for the Second Amendment.
“Seeing the students develop throughout these two weeks and hearing how the program will continue to influence their lives is the most impactful part of Y.E.S. for us,” said Sarah Engeset, Director of Volunteer Fundraising at NRA. “Through debate groups, current events discussions, and tours, we get to …Read the Rest