- CampDoc Online Medical Form is live
- ALJBS 2021 COVID Protocols have changed
- "Permit to Register" and other items will be emailed the week of June 14
The well-being, health, and safety of our delegates, staff, and everyone who supports American Legion Jersey Boys State is of the utmost importance to us in planning for this year's annual session. Therefore, we developed a comprehensive health and safety plan that covers every aspect of our week-long program from the time all staff and delegates arrive on campus until the time of departure the following Friday. Our FINAL REVISED ALJBS 2021 COVID Protocols can be found here www.aljbs.org/covid.
Highlights of the changes to ALJBS 2021 COVID Protocols:
- No COVID-19 testing requirement for those fully vaccinated
- Reduced masking requirement outdoors
- No other significant changes
This plan was developed by our public safety staff, which is composed of public safety and health professionals, again working with our partners and within the parameters of health and safety regulations. We hope students, parents, staff, speakers, and sponsors alike can appreciate the complexity and difficulty of developing a comprehensive plan, even as the situation continues to evolve daily.
Please see our Medical Information page for more information. CampDoc may be accessed through apply.aljbs.org with the email used to complete the online application. If you have any questions about CampDoc or submitting their medical information, please send them to: our medical team.
For the most up-to-date information regarding American Legion Jersey Boys State, you should continue to refer to our website at ALJBS.org.
We greatly appreciate your cooperation and support. Once again, the well-being, health, and safety of our delegates, staff, and everyone who supports American Legion Jersey Boys State is of the utmost importance to us. For those of you directly or indirectly affected by the virus, our thoughts are with you and your family. Please stay healthy and safe.
Held at Rider University every year beginning on Father's Day, ALJBS has a strong tradition of education, patriotism and excellence in the development of tomorrow's leaders at our week-long hands-on program.
To develop good citizens in the United States of America by inspiring the youth of New Jersey to take a more active and intelligent interest in the operation of our State and Nation and in the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship and to understand the sacrifices made by our veterans to preserve our nation and way of life.