Youth Advisory Board

Wanted: Enthusiastic, Civic-minded Teens as Volunteer Leaders to Improve the Lives of Seniors and Adults with Disabilities 

Youth Advisory Board Benefits:
A great way to develop leadership skills, gain fundraising experience, and build professional skill-sets that may lead to future employment

Time Commitment:
Attend monthly Youth Advisory Board meetings (12 per year; 1 hour in length each; must attend a minimum of 8 of the 12 meetings annually); actively participate in planning, organizing, and delivering (2 hours per month minimum); total commitment including monthly Youth Advisory Board meetings (between 2 and 4 hours)

To provide a framework for teens to develop opportunities to serve seniors and adults with disabilities within their community

Duties and Responsibilities:
Listen and actively participate in Youth Advisory Board meetings; develop programs, events, website and newsletter announcements, and social media awareness to promote fundraising, donations, and community awareness through publicity: recruit and help orient new members; be accountable to other teens

Requirements and Qualifications:
Complete Youth Advisory Board volunteer application; possess excellent communication skills; be 13 to 18 years old; have a genuine interest in helping others