It is with great sadness that the United States Senate Youth Alumni Association marks the passing of Chandini Bachman (AZ 1970).
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We are happy to announce the 2021 Rosalie Wynn Hearst and Chandini M. Bachman scholarship winners.
We honor Chandini’s long service to the USSYAA and our nation by adding the Chandini M. Bachman Scholarships (currently in the amount of $2500) to our existing scholarship offerings.
On April 29th, from 5-7 PM ET, we are hosting an Eastern Region reunion event at the Hearst Tower in New York City
On Thursday, March 10, 2022, the United States Senate Youth Alumni Association presented former US Senator Blanche Lincoln or Arkansas with the annual Rosalie Wynn Hearst Distinguished Public Service Award. Named for our beloved “Mom Hearst,” the award recognizes individuals who have made a positive, substantive impact on public discourse in the United States.
The United States Senate Youth Program has gone virtual again for 2022, and the United States Senate Youth Alumni Association is following suit with two virtual programs this year.
The Nominating Committee has met and come to a consensus on a proposed 2022-24 slate of officers. The slate includes: Membership-Elected Roles President – Amanda Patarino President-Elect...
In keeping with our mission to financially support alumni with their ongoing studies, the USSYAA is happy to offer scholarships on an annual basis for members...
It is with great sadness that the United States Senate Youth Alumni Association marks the passing of Samuel David Miller (KY 2015) on April 15, 2021.
Join us on Thursday, March 18 for the USSYAA’s first-ever virtual awards event. Featuring addresses by James T. Molloy Alumni Service Award winner John Selmon Blakley,...