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News From Generation Joshua

Vol. 97, Prg. 11–15
May 17–21, 2010

This week on the program, Generation Joshua Director Will Estrada joins Mike Farris with an update on GenJ programs, including news about this year’s summer camps, and a brand new program for college-age young people. Learn more about the opportunities Generation Joshua can provide for your student!

Program Listing:

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Join the Club
Start Some Action
Citizenship Pays Off
Camp iGovernToday, Camp David Tomorrow
Expanding Involvement


Will Estrada
Will Estrada

A homeschool graduate from Pennsylvania, Will began working for HSLDA in 2004. After graduating from Oak Brook College of Law with his J.D., he moved on to direct HSLDA’s Federal Relations department and to serve as HSLDA’s federal lobbyist. As HSLDA’s representative on Capitol Hill, Will uses his passion for homeschooling to advocate for all homeschoolers before Congress and the federal departments. He has testified before Congress and met with senior officials from federal agencies and the executive branch.

In October 2007, Will took over as the director of Generation Joshua, a division of HSLDA, where he works with young people who are passionate about making a difference in politics, along with continuing to serve as HSLDA's federal lobbyist. He is a member of the California bar. Will and his wife, Rachel, also a homeschool graduate as well as an accomplished portrait artist, reside in northern Virginia.

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