Generation Joshua is a civics organization that has consistently offered a place for teens to energetically grapple with the tough questions of modern politics and government. Besides hearing from speakers who unapologetically love America, teens receive exposure to thoughtful arguments supporting principles of freedom and constitutional government while they mature in their relationship with Christ. Biblical values of liberty and self-government come alive!
Founded by Mike Farris in 2003, Generation Joshua offers multiple opportunities for members to grow in their understanding and empowerment as American citizens. Click here to join two West Virginia homeschoolers who share about their own experiences in GenJ.
Opportunities and resources for West Virginia homeschoolers:
Student Action Teams
Students volunteer for intense but exciting 5-day experiences that afford GenJ members behind-the-scenes access to the political process as they participate in pro-homeschooling, pro-life political campaigns. Costs are covered and parents are invited too! Learn more here.
iGovern Leadership Camps
iGovern is a week-long summer camp experience where teens learn first-hand about government and politics by entering an immersive simulation. They personally encounter the roles and structures of government by taking on real leadership positions in a pseudo-U.S. government scenario, figuring out how the process works through coaching and training from our staff and guest speakers. Learn more about iGovern here!
This is an interactive, teacher-led civics course in partnership with the HSLDA Online Academy. The course introduces students to the purpose of the Constitution, the structure of America’s governmental system, the role of American diplomacy on the world stage, and American parties and politics. Go here for class info.
The GenJ Podcast
Check out these thoughtful discussions, informative interviews, and inspiring stories from conservative leaders and influencers. Listen to the latest episode here!
GenJ Current Events Chat
A lot is happening in the world. How do we cut through the noise and make sense of it all? The GenJ Current Events Chat is designed to help. This bi-weekly, informal discussion takes place via Zoom and is hosted and moderated by GenJ staff. All participants are invited to contribute and ask questions. Go here to learn more!
Local GenJ Clubs
Across the country, local GenJ students meet once a month as part of local GenJ Clubs. As a GenJ member, you are invited to join or start a GenJ Club in your area. And GenJ parents can become club sponsors! Click here to learn more and email Clubs@generationjoshua.org if you have any questions!