American Legion Jersey Boys State

American Legion Jersey Boys State
A Week That Shapes the Future

About Our Site



The American Legion Jersey Boys State website was originally developed by Andrew MacFarlane of ICSoftware, who was generous enough to devote many hours to the development and maintenance of the site, as well as the financial backing to support it. Much thanks go to Andrew and all of his hard work and dedication through the years.

This site is now maintained by the Technology Committee of the New Jersey Boys State Foundation (as of April 2005). Members of this committee continue to donate their time and efforts to create a dynamic and informative site for the delegates, parents, sponsors, staff and friends of the ALJBS program.


Technical Specifications


Due to the goals of our Technology Committee for dynamic and neat looking content, this page is best viewed with a browser with JavaScript enabled. Our goal is to enable usable content for all browsers, from desktops to tablets and phones. We hope our new site format enables a better presentation on mobile devices and workstations alike. The bulk of the technologies utilized within this site are: HTML 4/5, JavaScript, CSS, PHP, Perl/CGI, SQL, and MySQL. New technologies are always being evaluated for development.



Legal Disclaimer & Copyright Information

The information presented on this site is a compilation of Official National American Legion and American Legion Department of New Jersey literature, as well as observations and procedures observed from past American Legion Jersey Boys State sessions. Its intended use is to educate the public of NJ and citizens of other states about our program. Opinions and information expressed in our "Features" section, as well as any sites that have been produced by past statesmen (found via the Election Results pages) do not necessarily reflect the opinions that of the American Legion, the New Jersey Department of the American Legion, American Legion Posts in New Jersey, the State of New Jersey, nor American Legion Jersey Boys State and its Trustees. This site was created by volunteers and is edited for content by volunteer ALJBS staff. Please contact the Technology Group with any issues regarding privacy and the opinions expressed herein.

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You may not alter the content of this website in any manner. If you are interested in using the contents of this website in any manner except as described above, please contact the Technology Group for further information.

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About the Technology Group

As stated above, this site is now maintained by the Technology Committee of the New Jersey Boys State Foundation. The subcommittee charged with this maintenance and creation is headed by Assistant Director Dominic F. Santillo.

Other key members of the Technology include:
Dean of Technology Brian Epstein, Assistant Dean of Technology Bryce Liskovec, Digital/Web Copywriter Ty Clark, and Theo Pak.

Each of the men listed here and many more, play a key role in the deployment of computers for use by the delegates to ALJBS each June. For more information about the work the Technology Group does, please click here.

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