The GJHP Program Director is critical to our mission of building socially aware, civic-minded and community-oriented individuals. Responsible for coordinating opportunities for volunteerism, community events and activities, as well as time spent in the Oasis, our program directors also help students reflect and process these experiences in the community, on the stage or in a social setting, in the context of mentors, counselors and advisors.

Josh Miller

Program Director 

Josh went to school in the Northbrook area, later attending DePaul University in Chicago, graduating with degrees in both Communication in Media, and Television Production. Working as the V.P. Television Production club, and also earning Scholarship chair in his business fraternity 3 years in a row. Philanthropy has been a big part of his life, volunteering in various organizations since he was young and working with children with all types of backgrounds and ability levels.


The Glencoe Junior High Project (GJHP) is a parent-led, non-profit organization that has sought to engage Glencoe middle school students into the community since 1973. In order to carry out our mission of fostering socially aware, civic-minded and community-oriented individuals, we offer Glencoe 5th-8th grade students opportunities to volunteer in their community, attend social activities and events, perform on stage, as well as access to a youth drop-in center in Glencoe's Central School. 

620 Greenwood Avenue

Glencoe, Illinois 60022

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