Student at Florida State University Honors College
Camp Life and Wellness Coordinator, Camp Instructor, Camp Counselor, Assistant Camp Director
Josh Schulster spent four years debating with Boca High and quickly developed a passion for Public Forum debate. As a sophomore, Josh was the captain of the Public Forum division and has mentored young debaters ever since. His senior year, he led his team as the President. Some of Josh's most notable accomplishments include quarterfinals at Sunvite and Blue Key, semifinals at UPENN, finals at Wake Forest, champion and 4th speaker at the Nova Invitational, and several elimination round appearances at prestigious tournaments including Emory, Yale, and the Bronx Invitational. Throughout his career, Josh has accumulated a total of 11 bids to the Tournament of Champions and was a state qualifier, four time Catholic Nationals qualifier, and was the first Public Forum team from his school to qualify to NSDA Nationals, where he placed 12th and a scholarship prize! Debaterankings.com had Josh ranked as high as second in the nation in his junior year.
Going into his fourth year of college, Josh is finishing a dual degree in Political Science and Public Policy while studying for the LSAT and applying to law schools. He has coached for our National Travel Team for over 3 years and describes his work at Capitol as the most rewarding experience of his young adult life. Additionally, Josh competes on the FSU Debate team and has served as the President for the past 3 years, placing at multiple college tournaments in a variety of debate events.
This summer, Josh is so excited to work with Capitol Debate in helping young students find their voice!
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Our Summer Camp and Year-round programs have helped build students’ communication and critical thinking skills, thus leading to better academic performance at school. The curricula of Capitol Debate debate camps is aimed to equip children with the ability to structure arguments, prepare debate cases, research evidence, write rebuttal briefs, deliver speeches and refute opponents. Students become prepared to give outstanding speeches in class, perform in a school debate or join their high school debate teams, Model United Nations teams or speech teams. Learn more »