Youth Advisory Board 2020 Application
The Los Angeles Reproductive Health Equity Project for Foster Youth (LA RHEP) is excited to recruit for the 2019-2020 Youth Advisory Board (YAB).

The YAB will be made up of up to 10-12 young people with lived experience in foster care that are interested in supporting LA RHEP to advance the reproductive and sexual health rights and increase access to services for youth in Los Angeles' foster care system. The Board will provide input to the LA RHEP Leadership Team, governmental agencies, community-based organizations, and others regarding how to improve access to sexual health care services and education for youth in foster care. The Board will also be a space to share lived experiences in an effort to generate ideas for policy changes in Los Angeles and state-wide.

To submit this application successfully, you must fill out all required fields and provide contact information (name, title, relationship to applicant, company/organization, phone, email) for two references. Reference 1 should be an employer, professor, or someone who can speak to your leadership or working style. Reference 2 is your choice.

For more information about LA RHEP, please visit: www.fosterreprohealth.org. For questions about the Board, please email Felicia Reyes at freyes@youthlaw.org.
Read below about LA RHEP's 2020 Youth Advisory Board:
Application
First Name *
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Last Name *
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In what county were you placed in foster care? *
Your answer
Which pronouns do you use? *
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Address (include city and zip code) *
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How old are you? *
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Phone Number *
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Email *
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Social Media Handle (Twitter or Instagram)
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How did you find out about the Youth Advisory Board? *
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Current Employer and Position (if applicable)
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Current School (if applicable)
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Please check all boxes of your availability for the overnight Winter Retreat in 2020. *
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