Last week, Teens in Politics was featured in the Pasadena Star-News in an article by teenage writer, Maggie Grether.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
Over the past few weeks I’ve reached out to people with different perspectives on politics about how teens can get involved. One of those is James Kuntz, a high schooler from New York who founded Teens in Politics, an organization that connects high school students in the New York City area with political internships.
According to Kuntz, the biggest misconception teens have about politics is that they can’t have an impact. “One person can absolutely make a difference,” Kuntz says, “If you find something you believe in — whether it be a candidate, an issue or a movement — there’s no reason not to engage.”