REVolution Application for Lane County
Applications are due by June 30th, 2019; if you have any questions about the application process, please feel free to email and the REV facilitator, Martina, will be there to help.
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Who We Are
REV is open to youth of all genders, sexual orientations, races, religions, physical & mental abilities, and socioeconomic statuses. Members come to the group with different beliefs, values, and viewpoints. No one is expected to have any previous knowledge or education about sexual health and prevention issues. We strive to create a community that is strong and varied in its membership, and work actively to build a group that celebrates all people and their identities.
What We Believe
Nothing About Youth Without Youth!

REV believes that young people deserve to have a voice and to be involved in matters that concern and affect them. REV believes that young people are the experts in their own experiences and that adults can learn much from them. REV believes that young people aren't a problem to be solved, but rather a partner in solving problems that affect us all.

What We Do
• We meet weekly to create peer-to-peer dialogue and to increase our awareness and knowledge of sexual and reproductive health and diversity.
• We understand that a community thrives when all members of that community are safe and respected, so we work to counter sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and all other forms of oppression.
• We act as Youth Health Ambassadors in our community to provide education, support, and resources to both peers and adults about issues related to sexual and reproductive health.
• We train medical students, doctors, other health care providers, and other adult professionals about how to meet the sexual health needs of teen clients.
• We take on a leadership role in our community and push ourselves to work collaboratively towards shared goals.
In order to be in REV, you must:
• Be in 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2019-2020 school year.
• Be responsible for budgeting time and keeping up with academic work.
• Be able to commit to a weekly meeting from 5:00-7:30pm every Thursday throughout the school year.
• Be available for additional trainings and prep meetings as needed.
• Be able to attend the mandatory (free) overnight retreat in the Fall from October 11-13th.
• Occasionally miss class time for REV presentations or activities.
• Take the commitment to REV seriously and plan other extra-curricular activities (work, clubs, sports, etc.) around REV.

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!

REV members commit a minimum of 10 and up to 20 hours per month from September through June, including a mandatory fall retreat, trainings, weekly meetings, and attending events.

For more information
Email the REV facilitator, Martina, at,
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