The Generation Joshua iObject program puts participants on the front lines of the judicial system, allowing them to actually see the evidence that is used to bring people to trial and the difficulties that face a system of justice. We provide a view of the justice system in the United States that is rarely seen by people but is vital to how we serve justice in America. Students will question witnesses, examine evidence, and learn what is and is not allowed in testimony while working to solve a perplexing murder from the 1930s. We intersperse the hands-on learning with discussions of what it means to be an engaged citizen, America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, and standing up for what is right.
iObject is appropriate for teens aged 13 to 18 who are interested in the political process and mature enough to participate in a group activity on their own.
The cost for iObject is $35 per teen for the two-day program.
The registration cost also includes a two-year membership in Generation Joshua.
Register your teens, ages 13-18, for the iObject program when you register for convention
or you may visit the site later to register your teens for the program. Please note your student must be 13 at the time of the convention in order to participate in the program.
Please visit Generation Joshua’s website
for more information about their clubs and leadership programs. Each day’s program lasts seven hours.