Youth Programs

Junior American Citizen Award

Students have participated in the DAR Junior American Citizens program since 1901. By reaching out to students in grade K-12 across the United States, the program fosters the idea that the rights and responsibilities of citizenship can and should be taught from an early age.

More information is available at the NSDAR web site.

For information about Junior American Citizens program in Auburn, Federal Way, or Kent, Washington, please contact our regent.

DAR Good Citizens Award

The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest, created in 1934, is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship.

At the chapter and state level this this is a competition for local and state awards.  State winners move on to compete for the national scholarship.

For more information, students should contact their teacher or school counselor. Teachers or school counselors in Auburn, Federal Way, or Kent, Washington, may contact the regent of Lakota Chapter.

Additional information is available at the NSDAR web site.

Youth Citizenship Medal

This medal is presented to a student who fulfills the qualities of honor, service, courage, leadership and patriotism. It is separate from the Good Citizens Award mentioned above.

More information is available at the NSDAR web site. Teachers or school counselors in Auburn, Federal Way, or Kent, Washington, may contact our regent.