Constituting America is committed to reversing the trend of civic apathy permeating our society today and encouraging all Americans to read and believe in our U.S. Constitution. Our mission is to teach students and adults across America about the non-partisan relevancy of the Constitution and the principles of self-governance inherent in our founding documents.
Towards that end, we have created many interesting ways for people of all ages to study the U.S. Constitution and how it affects their lives, which include:
Our annual We the Future Scholarship Contest for kindergarten to graduate school students, encourages America’s youth to create original works (songs, essays, speeches, short films, PSAs, STEM projects, marketing plans) about the relevancy of the U.S. Constitution.
The George Washington Speaking Initiative serves students in all types of schools, empowering them to learn about the Constitution and the importance of being civically engaged at a young age.
Our Founding Father Forums provide a unique opportunity for students and adults to hear from our founding fathers and mothers on important issues that face our society today.