distributions to organizations that also qualify as Section 501(c)(3) exemptorganizations. To this end, the corporation shall use all funds, whether income orprincipal, and whether acquired by gift or contribution or otherwise, to furtheradvance the mission statement in Article III.
MISSION STATEMENTYouth Journalism International Inc.'s educational mission is to empower youngwriters, artists, and photographers of all ethnic, cultural, religious and nationalbackgrounds by teaching them to be journalists andabout the role of the press insociety, journalistic ethics and the rights and responsibilities of a free press.Serving a diverse group of students, the organization will foster cross-cultural andinternational understanding and ultimately friendships among the young journalists. Youth Journalism International will strive to get the work of the young journalists published and, in the society at large, be an advocate for the rights of the youth and student press throughout the world.
DIRECTORS/MEMBERSThe Corporation shall have no voting members. The management and affairs of thecorporation shall be at all times under the direction of a Board of Directorsconsisting of at least three members, whose operations in governing theCorporation shall be defined by statute and by the Corporation's bylaws. NoDirector shall have any right, title, or interest in or to any property of theCorporation.The Board will have the power to establish bylaws, hire or appoint Corporateofficers, whether paid orvolunteer, and set policies in pursuit of the Corporation'scharitable aims. The directors will pick a President, Treasurer and Secretary for theCorporation. No person may hold more than two of the three mandated positions.