We are so proud of our 2021 Teen Staff grads and their accomplishments! We honor all the hard work and effort they gave to their education during a strange and different school year because of the pandemic. And of course, we are so grateful for their dedication and commitment to Youthfront! They will always be part of the Youthfront family! 



We’re updating this page regularly so check back often for new grads! 

Anna Shoup

Anna graduated from Olathe East HS and will be attending Olivet Nazarene University in the fall studying environmental science. She teen staffed for 4 years and her favorite memory is all the relationships she has built over that time. And on a side note, Anna is a huge blobber fan! From Anna: “Teen Staff has taught me how to be in community and live into the person I want to be through leadership opportunities”.

Robert Munch

Robert graduated from Olathe East High School and will be attending Syracuse University to study Broadcast and Digital Journalism. “Teen Staff helped me out in so many ways from giving me lasting friendships and connections, teaching me important life and social skills, and just making my high school summers the best they could’ve been. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without Youthfront and the Teen Staff Program”.

EJ Padgett

EJ graduated from Shawnee Mission East High School and will be going to the University of Central Missouri to study Music Education. “Teen Staff was a very exciting and enjoyable experience for me, I met many friends there and went with my best friend all four years. Teen staff gave me great working experience that I wouldn’t have been able to get anywhere else!” 

Annie Fischer

Annie graduated from Blue Valley Northwest High School and will be attending KU in the fall. She will double major in psychology and neuroscience on the pre-med track to become a neurosurgeon. “I feel so lucky to have been a part of the Teen Staff community! My faith has grown so much and the people in the community inspire me to push the boundaries of my faith life. Some of my favorite memories from on staff are from the Friday dance parties. Unconditionally, still makes me cry.”

Gracelynn Rolling

Gracelynn graduated from Belton High School and is planning to go to Metropolitan Community College for her first two years to study psychology. “At camp and through teen staff with spiritual formation, community, and the leaders within the community I was able to start redefining my relationship with Christ. One of my favorite memories was during week 8 at LaCygne I shaved my head for the talent show. It was one of the most confidence boosting and joyful experiences and I am glad to have made that decision here, surrounded by people I love.”

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