Caroline Kennedy‘s son, Jack Schlossberg, is the only grandson of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. The 29-year-old already has an impressive list of academic accomplishments including a history degree from Yale with an emphasis on Japanese history. In 2022, Schlossberg is on track to earn law and business degrees from Harvard. His interest in Japanese history was passed on from his mother Caroline who served as an ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017.
Schlossberg is Caroline’s youngest child and he’s got his sights on a career in public service and potentially politics. In recent years, he’s associated himself with the family’s Profile in Courage Awards and a variety of philanthropic and political causes including speaking at the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Let’s take a look at some of the photos Jack Schlossberg has shared through the years and discuss other remarkable aspects of his life.
Jack Schlossberg Is Set to Graduate from Harvard This Year and Has His Sights on a Career in Public Service.
Celebrating Law and Business Degrees
The above picture is a celebratory one that Jack Schlossberg shared after completing his degrees at Harvard. He captioned the photo “Jdmbalfg !!” a reference to his JDM and MBA degrees with the phrase “let’s f*****g go!”
Leaving the Stacks
Here’s another photograph shared by Schlossberg following his completion of degrees at Harvard. We find him leaving the library, likely after studying.
Here’s a photo from a Halloween in which Jack Schlossberg seems to be dressed as a stock term. “I’m bullish,” he captioned the photo. A “bullish trend” is an upward trend in the prices of an industry’s stocks or the overall rise in broad market indices, characterized by high investor confidence. Okay!
Here’s another photo of Schlossberg at a celebration. We find him holding a small sign that reads “Feminism is for everyone.” We could not agree more.
Here’s a photo from 2019 of Jack Schlossberg in bed following some sort of leg or hip injury. He’s clearly doing much better today.
Profile in Courage
Jack Schlossberg serves on the committee for the JFK Profile in Courage Awards. In 2019, the award went to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Jack gave a prepared speech honoring Pelosi and her courageous acts.
Rubbing Elbows with Speaker Nancy Pelosi
“A 17-term Congresswoman, and twice elected Speaker of the House of Representatives, hers is career of courage, spanning decades of change and challenge, inspiring hope and withstanding hate, delivering victories and surviving setbacks, all in service to our country,” Schlossberg said of Pelosi. “She’s responsible for major legislative achievements, and chief among these is the Affordable Care Act.”
Save the Date
Here’s an image that Schlossberg shared of himself in a school calendar. We don’t know what’s going on but we assume it’s some sort of patriotic get-up considering the month of July.
Honoring Parkland Students & the March For Our Lives Movement
“Honored to celebrate the Parkland students and March for Our Lives one year after they turned a tragedy into one of the largest protests in our history,” Jack Schlossberg shared along with this image. “They, along with Mayor of Stockton Michael Tubbs, received the New Frontier Award last Friday, and together offered hope and optimism in a moment of political darkness. Both deserving of a heartfelt LFG!”
Here’s a picture shared by Schlossberg from Christmas 2018. “I am a naughty little secret Santa!” He captioned the image. We assume he’s referring to the matching shirts pictured here.
“Purple Sweater Mondays!!” Jack Schlossberg captioned this image. “They said it couldn’t be done, ‘we’re bearish,’ they told us. We said ‘Purple Sweater Mondays!!’” Sure!
Here’s an image from Halloween 2018 that finds Schlossberg in a homemade Lobster costume. “Did you make that? Why did you write LFG on a lobster? LFG!!!!!” he captioned the photo.
Same Year, Different Costume
Here’s another photo from Halloween the same year. We find Jack Schlossberg dressed as Bluetooth. “Ready to pair,” he captioned the image.
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
Jack Schlossberg shared a few photos from a trip to New Hampshire in 2018. “Don’t mix business with pleasure,” he captioned the gallery-style post.
Still in NH
Here’s another photo from his trip to Bretton Woods where he’s seen making another young man laugh. Who wants to go see the leaves change there next fall?
Here’s Schlossberg scaling a mountain. What an impressive photo!
In 1944, representatives of 45 governments met at the Bretton Woods Conference in the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in the United States, to discuss a framework for postwar international economic cooperation and how to rebuild Europe. Here’s Jack Schlossberg at that very site.
Schlossberg and Confucius
We find Jack Schlossberg giving a thumb’s up in front of a quote about learning from Confucius. “Tell me… I forget. Show me… I remember. Involve me… I understand,” the quote reads. “Let’s freaking go!!!” Schlossberg captioned the image.
Post Paddle Surf
“Lucky to be alive and have my liberty,” Jack Schlossberg captioned this image after paddle surfing. “Lfg!” he added.
More Paddle Surfing
“Hunk a burning love!” Jack Schlossberg captioned this beachy photo. We believe it was taken after another paddle surf session.
Black and White
“Black n white, white n black, Golden Hour Lfg!!” he captioned this photo of himself with a friend. We assume the “golden hour” sentiment to be a joke.
There Will Be Pickles
We find Jack Schlossberg holding a cucumber in the above image. “Picklin’ w my boys,” he captioned the post.
More Profiles in Courage
“Two Jakes dishing about Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s political courage,” Jack Schlossberg captioned this photo of him being interviewed by journalist Jake Tapper. Tapper is asking about the award Landrieu received after he had Confederate monuments removed from New Orleans.
Jack Schlossberg had a cameo on the television series Blue Bloods in 2018. “I don’t make the rules, I just pretend to enforce them — Cash me tonight on season 8 finale of Blue Bloods my dream come true!! Best show in the entire world,” he captioned this image of himself in costume.
We leave you with this photo of Jack Schlossberg and his mother, Caroline Kennedy. They are wearing funny hats and celebrating the midnight ride of Paul Revere. “LFG Paul Revere rode tonight!!!” he captioned the photo shared on April 18. He also she shared a little poem about it:
“Listen my children, and you shall hear
Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere,
On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five;
Hardly a man is now alive
Who remembers that famous day and year.”
There you go! We hope you’ve learned a bit more about Jack Schlossberg who has already lived a rather colorful life. We offer a warm congratulations to this grad who now has three degrees. LFG!
Andrew is an Assistant Editor for Mamas Uncut with over ten years of experience as a writer in the creative, marketing, and blogging spaces. After studying Film and Art History, he developed a passion for telling stories in a variety of mediums. Obsessively making lists, reporting celebrity news, and diving into emerging pop cultural topics are a few of his interests.
- 1 Jack Schlossberg Is Set to Graduate from Harvard This Year and Has His Sights on a Career in Public Service.
- 1.1 Celebrating Law and Business Degrees
- 1.2 Leaving the Stacks
- 1.3 Halloween
- 1.4 Feminism
- 1.5 An Injury
- 1.6 Profile in Courage
- 1.7 Rubbing Elbows with Speaker Nancy Pelosi
- 1.8 Save the Date
- 1.9 Honoring Parkland Students & the March For Our Lives Movement
- 1.10 Christmas
- 1.11 Purple Sweaters
- 1.12 Lobster Tales
- 1.13 Same Year, Different Costume
- 1.14 Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
- 1.15 Still in NH
- 1.16 Climbing
- 1.17 IMF
- 1.18 Schlossberg and Confucius
- 1.19 Post Paddle Surf
- 1.20 More Paddle Surfing
- 1.21 Black and White
- 1.22 There Will Be Pickles
- 1.23 More Profiles in Courage
- 1.24 Blue Bloods
- 1.25 Paul Revere
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