Join us at the iconic Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., for our annual Dinner and Reception! This program, on Friday, March 3, 2017, includes the presentation of the Rosalie Wynn Hearst Distinguished Public Service Award and the James T. Molloy Alumni Service Award. Registration for this special evening is now open via our secure registration page. We hope to see you at the Mayflower on March 3!
Enjoy a full day with fellow USSYAA members on Saturday, March 4, 2017. We will join the U.S. Senate Youth Program at 2:00 for the annual Mentoring Tables activity at the Mayflower Hotel. Planning for the coming year of outreach and events happens at the USSYAA Annual Meeting at 6:00 at the Mayflower, and a reunion at the Daily Grill caps off an exciting day at 8:00. Register for as many events as you would like via our secure registration page. There is no cost to register for these events. Please see the registration page for additional details.
Looking for a copy of our newsletter? We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Annual Letter is available in the alumni area of this website (login required).
Now that our tax exempt status has been confirmed and we have initiated our scholarship activities this would be a great time for alumni (and others) to actively consider making donations to either the general fund or to the Rosalie Wynn and George Randolph Hearst, Sr. Scholarship Fund. Please note the scholarship fund is a project of USSYAA and is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by The William Randolph Hearst Foundations. Tax-deductible contributions may be made by credit card or e-check with our secure online donation form or by check sent to USSYAA, P.O. Box 1798, Washington, DC 20013-1798. (If you want your donation to go to the scholarship fund, please indicate "Scholarship Fund" on the memo line.)
Grants of up to $5,000 are made available to deserving alumni to defray the costs of graduate and professional programs that have a connection with public service.
Purchase USSYAA logo items at CafePress.com, including shirts, baseball caps, mouse pads, and coffee mugs. Nine percent of the purchase price for each item counts as a tax-deductible contribution to USSYAA.