Teen Leadership Board
The Teen Leadership Board is designed to be a learning experience for young people interested in understanding more about their community and service. The program is open to students entering grades 10-12.
The Board will have guest speakers and activities designed to create a team of individuals who are working to assist those who are unable to help themselves. The Board is planning several service projects to help raise awareness and benefit the community through HOPE Center.
TLB Members will serve a one year term and are asked to attend a minimum of 8 meetings to complete training and to participate in planning and completion of projects. Board members will earn community service hours for school or service club requirements from a not-for-profit organization in supervised settings and activities. Verification of volunteer hours will be provided and letters of recommendation to colleges or employers will also be available.
TLB Members must be mature, responsible, compassionate teens who enjoy working with people and making new friends. Being on the HOPE Center Teen Leadership Board is a significant commitment.
However, the leadership experience and reward of serving your neighbors and community will be invaluable.
Members for the 2019-20 Teen Leadership Board term have been selected. Check back for applications for the 2020-21 term.