Telle Teen Leadership Board Application 2020-2021
The Telle app (currently in beta) is a place for girls and young women (11-22) to ask and answer questions, start conversations, find a supportive community, and empower each other – anonymously, or not. Think of it as a big sisterhood/peer-mentorship app that’s safe and bully-proof.
We wanted to create a place where girls can be authentic without worrying about their image. On Telle, users can be anonymous (obligatory if they’re under 13) or post with their username/real name and get known for their positive impact if they want to.
We are looking for a diverse group of girls who are passionate about girl empowerment, mental health, community-building, and supporting other girls to join our Teen Advisory Board.
It’s an exciting leadership opportunity where you will receive training and experience that will help you with your college/work applications and future jobs while making a real difference in girls' lives.
Don’t let lack of experience deter you from applying! This is exactly where you can get the experience that will help you apply for future jobs later on.
We’re here to support you!
As a Teen Advisory Board Member you will:
Help inform the development and design of a new app for girls
Learn and get experience in marketing and community building
Build your resume
Meet other girls who share your passion for girl empowerment and mental health support
Get free exclusive Telle merch that you can wear/use with pride
Responsibilities include (pick and choose):
Monthly virtual meetings (mandatory for everyone) where you’ll meet other girls and brainstorm app development and the needs of girls today
Create content on the app about issues you are passionate about (advice, inspirations, things you wished you knew when you were younger, etc)
Act as a community moderator on the app
Be “on call” to answer questions
Build a Girl Empowerment Club at your school
Market Telle via social media or at your school (don’t worry – we will train you with anything you don't know).
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