APILO Youth Advisory Council Application (2022)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JULY 1, 2022

Thank you for your interest in Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach's Youth Advisory Council! Please answer all questions to the best of your ability. There is no minimum or maximum amount of words for each question; just write freely and remember that the best answers come from the heart.

For more information about the Youth Advisory Council, visit our website at http://www.thatsnotlove.org or our Instagram at @apiloyac.

The Youth Advisory Council, a project of Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, is a group of Bay Area Youth aged 14-18 that works to stop domestic and dating violence & spread awareness of API community issues by educating their peers through trainings, events, and media arts projects.

The YAC members receive paid stipends based on meeting specific participation needs of the program!

Requirements:
You must be a teen aged 13-18, and able to commit at least one full year to the program (preferably 2).
We meet every other Sunday from 10am-12:30pm, alternating between Oakland and SF offices. You MUST be able to attend meetings, as well as occasional special events, on both sides of the Bay.
Currently, meetings are both virtual and in-person
You must make 20 out of 30 meeting hours and attend one mandatory event per pay period to receive a stipend
You must be able to attend API-ACT, a week-long summer intern training
You do NOT have to be Asian or Pacific Islander to join! The Youth Advisory Council is for everyone.

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Email *
Name *
Gender Pronouns (ex. she/her, he/him, they/them) *
Email Address *
Phone Number *
Preferred Method of Contact *
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High School (if not currently enrolled in school, answer "N/A") *
Current Grade Level *
Ethnicity *
Please list any extracurricular activities that you have participated in and when. *
Please list any work experience you have had and your dates of employment. *
Why are you interested in being a part of the Youth Advisory Council? *
What do you consider to be your strong points? *
What do you consider to be your weak points/areas of growth? *
What do you like to do for fun? *
Why are you interested in working in the Asian/Pacific Islander community? *
Why do you feel domestic/dating violence, gender-based violence, and sexual assault are important issues concerning youth today? *
What do you feel you can contribute to the Youth Advisory Council? *
What do you hope to get out of being a part of the Youth Advisory Council? *
How did you hear about us? *
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