Savannah Teen Council Application 2020-2021
Thank you for your interest in joining Teen Council!

Our mission is to empower, educate, and inspire those we know, including our peers, our families, and communities. The Teen Council educates about human sexuality and healthy decision making. We use our voices to advocate for just and humane sexual attitudes and policies. Teen Council exists in many cities, but our Savannah Teen Council started in 2020, so your voice can be a big influence on our group.

Teen Council is made up of a diverse student body from local schools. Members come to the group with different beliefs and viewpoints. No one is expected to already know about sexual health and prevention issues. We strive to create a Council that is strong and varied in its membership and work actively to build a group that is anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-homophobic.

What We Do:
- We create peer to peer dialogue.
- We present as volunteer educators on various topics, such as healthy relationships, consent, HIV/AIDS, and birth control methods in local classrooms and other locations in the community.
- We act as resources by sharing sexual health information with our friends and peers.
- We participate in weekly meetings and trainings to increase knowledge and skills.
- We are part of the solution while connecting others to this important work!

What does it mean to be a Teen Council member?

To be on Teen Council, you must:
• Be a current 9th, 10th, or 11th grade student (be a 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student during the UPCOMING 2020/2021 school year.)
• Have interest in providing accurate sexual health information to peers.
• Be responsible in budgeting time and keeping up with academic work.
• Sometimes miss school for presentations.
• Prioritize Teen Council. Members are expected to plan other extra-curricular activities (work, clubs, sports, etc.) around Teen Council. If you are doing more than one other extra-curricular activity, please ask yourself if you really have the time to commit to this program.

Weekly meetings and an overnight Retreat in the fall are mandatory for Teen Council members.
Weekly meetings are held at the Savannah Planned Parenthood, TUESDAYS from 5:30 - 8:00 PM (during the school year only). Dinner is provided at each meeting. Your hours count towards community service hours.
Retreat date is TBD, hopefully in August.

We will call you to set up an interview date and time after you submit your application.

If you have any questions, please email Julia, the facilitator at or call her at (912) 721-6491. Please leave a message if you call as I am not currently in the office.
Your zip code *
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Name *
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Current Grade *
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Reference: Please provide the name and phone number or email address of an adult who knows you in an academic setting (a teacher, counselor, youth group leader, etc.- not a family member). If you do not have this information right now, leave it blank and we will ask you for it later.
Details about you
Please respond to the following questions/scenarios. We want to know what you really think, so please
answer as honestly as you can.
Why do you want to be a member of the Savannah Teen Council, and what do you hope to contribute to the group? *
We’d like to learn a bit more about you! Choose one of the following options to express to us a little bit about who you are or what you are passionate about. All options are equally valued. Write a brief paragraph – OR – Write a short poem– OR – Write a song, poem, or rap about yourself. *
Teen Council is a commitment; we meet every Tuesday from 5:30 – 8:00 PM during the school year, and attendance is mandatory. What other things will you be involved in? Tell us about work, sports, music, clubs, etc. *
We are expected to give presentations, some of which may be during school hours. Please explain what time management strategies you will use so that you are able to attend all Teen Council weekly meetings, as well as some school presentations. *
Tell us about a time when you helped a friend or peer with a problem. How did this experience impact you? *
How did you hear about Teen Council? *
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