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    2002 Winning Essay by Emily Ullman

    Emily Ullman, a 17 year-old senior at the Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology in Hackensack, New Jersey, was honored by Caroline Kennedy and other members of President Kennedy's family during a May 6, 2002 ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston for her prize-winning entry in the national John F. Kennedy Profile in Coura...

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    Stephen E. Smith

    Stephen Edward Smith was born in Brooklyn on September 24, 1927, the youngest of five boys. He attended Polytechnic Prep, where he was an outstanding athlete. While studying history and social sciences at Georgetown University, he met his future wife of thirty-four years, Jean Kennedy. They married in 1956. Their children are Stephen, Jr., William,...

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    Kica Matos 2005

    When 38-year-old Kica Matos became Executive Director of JUNTA for Progressive Action, she accepted the leadership of the oldest Latino community service organization in New Haven, Connecticut. But prior to her arrival, JUNTA had fallen into disrepair, even as New Haven’s Latino population surged in number and need. In a few short years, Ms. Matos ...

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    Internship Types

    The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation awards several paid archival internships each year to undergraduate and graduate students majoring in history, government, archival administration, library science, English, journalism, communications and other related disciplines. Explore our list of internships.

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    Jay Williams 2007

    Jay Williams made history in November, 2005 when he became the youngest and the first African-American Mayor of Youngstown, Ohio. A former banker who left the corporate world to serve as director of the city’s community development agency, Williams staked his mayoral candidacy on an unusual and politically bold plan to revitalize the city. Once hom...

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    JFK50 Voices

    The legacy of President John F. Kennedy and his administration continues to resonate in today’s society. This is a collection of short interviews with leading figures in politics, science and innovation, the arts, diplomacy, and civil rights discussing how President Kennedy influenced them and their work.

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    Hector Balderas 2010

    Hector Balderas, 37, was elected State Auditor of New Mexico in 2006, making him the youngest Hispanic statewide elected official in the United States at age 33. On taking office, Balderas worked to change the longstanding perception among state agencies that their expenditures would go unexamined and that mistakes and misconduct would be allowed t...

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    2002 Winning Essay by Emily Ullman

    Emily Ullman, a 17 year-old senior at the Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology in Hackensack, New Jersey, was honored by Caroline Kennedy and other members of President Kennedy's family during a May 6, 2002 ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston for her prize-winning entry in the national John F. Kennedy Profile in Coura...

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    Emily Ullman Wins 2002 Profile in Courage Essay Contest (May 6, 2002)
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    Boston - Emily Ullman, a 17 year-old senior at the Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology in Hackensack, New Jersey, and a resident of Palisades, New York, was honored today by Caroline Kennedy and other members of President Kennedy’s family during a ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum for her prize-winning entry...

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    Kennedy Presidential Library Opens the John Saltonstall and Al Webb Collections (August 1, 2006)
    0/1/2006

    Boston, MA– Today, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum announced it has processed and made available for research the personal papers of John Saltonstall and Al Webb. John Saltonstall was the Director of the Committee of Arts, Letters, & Sciences for PresidentKennedy (1959-1960). Al Webb was a PT boat serviceman and a friend of ...

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