Youth Adviser Application
We are seeking ten youth, ages 14-24 with a deep interest and passion for elevating youth participation in policy making at the local and state level. The applicant must want to make an impact on communities by engaging other young people in the political process through institutional and narrative change. Programs to be created in collaboration with the chosen candidates address the School to Prison Pipeline and identify ways for youth to take meaningful civic action by utilizing historically successful strategies, while creating and incorporating new, innovative methods of advocacy.
Application Directions
There is a two paragraph maximum for all numbered questions below, but please answer each as thoroughly as you can. The deadline to submit this application is January 10, 2019. Good Luck!
Name *
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Preferred Pronoun (Ex. He, She, They) *
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School Name *
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Home Street Address, City, Zip Code *
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Home Phone
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Cell Phone *
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Email Address *
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Preferred method of communication: (Ex. Text message, email, phone call) *
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1. Why are you interested in becoming a Youth Program Adviser? Please be specific.
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2. We are looking for youth who are ready to think critically and problem solve. If you could ask every high school student in California participate in our democracy, what would you ask them to do and why? What actions would you ask them to take to make change in their lives or the lives of others? This can be something youth and others are already doing, or some unique action you created on your own.
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3. What issues are you most concerned about? These can be issues in our state or country that really get your attention and fire you up! In other words, what problems would you like to solve if you had all the power in the world, and why? Why are these issues so important to you?
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4. Without researching, how much do you know about the School to Prison Pipeline? Particularly, how do you think it affects students in high school?
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5. What issues, current events, or societal problems concern you at this time and why? *
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