The Jewish Student Union is a kiruv (intra-Jewish-community missionary outreach) organization that targets high school students. In Georgia, its chapters fail to tell parents and students that it is part of NCSY – the Orthodox Union's missionary outreach (kiruv) youth group.
The national website of the Jewish Student Union – a kiruv (intra-Jewish-community missionary outreach) organization – notes in small type at the bottom of its website that it is part of the Orthodox Union's National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY).
But its Georgia division does not note that affiliation at all.
The problem with this is that the Jewish Student Union is run as a kiruv organization, not as a true independent Jewish student union, and hiding that fact and the Jewish Student Union's direct tie to Orthodoxy is deceptive.
Update 11:07 am 11-17-2014 – The Georgia branch's "Our Impact" page lists all the Jewish youth movements it says it acts as a feeder for. Not listed? NCSY:
JSU has over 4,000 alumni who have gone on to be active young leaders in their youth groups, community centers, Jewish organizations on college campuses, and even founded 3 Hillels in Georgia. We are the single largest feeder to USY, BBYO, NFTY and Federation programs in Atlanta and serve as the primary connection for over 2,000 unaffiliated teens and their families, whose only involvement is through JSU.