Jonathan Skee is a junior at Grove City College pursuing a degree in political science and a minor in marketing. Jonathan is from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. His interest in politics and public service started in middle and high school while he was involved in student government. He served two terms as vice president and two terms as president, helping to grow and transform the small charter school’s social environment. He was awarded a scholarship on behalf of former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge in recognition of his accomplishments.
Jonathan has continued to further his passion for public service in college as president of the College’s pro-life advocacy group. He has also been involved in Student Government Association. Prior to his fellowship at the Institute for Faith & Freedom, he worked as a data entry worker. Jonathan is a member of the College’s Debate Team and is a regional champion in IPDA debate and national semi-finalist in NPDA debate. He also writes on political issues for the college’s student newspaper and is a content editor for the Grove City College Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Jonathan also has a passion for political campaigning and activism. As campaign chair of the College Republicans, he partnered with the Faith and Freedom Coalition and led an effort to deliver thousands of door hangers to local homes, helping to boost conservative turnout in the 2018 elections. He is also a student of the Forge Mentorship Academy, an organization which selects several dozen students nationwide every year to be individually mentored and trained for careers in conservative politics.