The 47 students participating in the Y.E.S. program attended lectures, participated in a mock Friends of NRA fundraising event, spent time on the NRA Range, attended tours of Capitol Hill, the Supreme Court, the National Museum of American History and the Museum of the Marine Corps to name a few.
The week-long summer program exposes teens to various aspects of American history and the breadth of the Association’s missions.
The Kentucky rifle, whose role in world history helped secure American independence and settle the United States, is now featured in a new exhibit at the NRA National Firearms Museum.
The National Rifle Association awarded a total of $16,000 in college scholarships to select attendees of the 2014 Youth Education Summit.
One hundred fifty years of firearms and freedom, in one book.