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Jack Schlossberg- About John F Kennedy’s grandson

Jack Schlossberg

The late John F. Kennedy’s grandson Jack Schlossberg attended Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School. On January 29, Caroline Kennedy’s son posted a number of pictures to Instagram as part of a life update. Schlossberg, 29, was spotted with cupcakes decorated in the style of Harvard and a banner that read, “Happy Graduation.”

Schlossberg, the youngest and only child of Caroline Schlossberg, earned a history degree from Yale University in 2015 with a focus on Japanese history.

Jack enrolled in Harvard Business School in 2018 after enrolling in Harvard Law School in 2017.

The Schlossberg family has a distinguished history.

Jack is the youngest of Rose and Tatiana Schlossberg’s siblings and was born John Bouvier Kennedy Schlossberg in 1993 to Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg.

The name Jack Schlossberg was given to him by his maternal great-grandfather John Bouvier. While Jack’s father is a fervent Ukrainian Jew, his mother is an ardent Catholic. The 29-year-old finished high school at Manhattan’s Collegiate School before going on to Yale University.

In middle school, Jack co-founded the nonprofit organization RelightNY. The organization, which was established in 2007, gives low-income households in New York City energy-efficient light bulbs and raises public awareness of environmental issues.

John F. Kennedy’s descendant Jack Schlossberg.

Jack joined public service in 2015 after receiving a degree in Japanese history from Yale, following in the footsteps of his mother. Jack lived in Japan with Caroline while Barack Obama was president, serving as the US ambassador to that country. At the JFK Profile in Courage Awards in 2017, Jack spoke about his travels.

John F. Kennedy Jr., Jack Schlossberg’s late uncle who passed away in 1999, has been compared to him. Jack shares an interest in political writing with his late uncle, who published the monthly journal George.

He contributed to The New York Times, Politico, and The Washington Post while still a student and wrote for The Yale Herald and The Yale Daily News. Additionally, he is a fervent ally of Vice President Joe Biden.

In a virtual appearance at the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Schlossberg advocated for his grandfather’s legacy and said that America needs a leader like Biden “who feels America’s finest days are still to come.”

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