Youth Ambassadors Application 2019
The Tyler Clementi Foundation's mission is to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces, and faith communities. The Youth Ambassadors (YA) program emerged to highlight young leaders across America who are working to end all forms of bullying by developing change-making campaigns, promoting kindness and inclusion, and leading activities, on and offline, to help prevent bullying.
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Below are questions about your identity which are all optional, except the next question about your gender pronouns.
Gender pronouns (check all that apply)
Ze/Hir or Zir/Hirs or Zirs
Gender identity (optional; check all that apply)
Genderqueer or gender fluid
Prefer not to say
Sexual orientation (optional; check all that apply)
Questioning or unsure
Prefer not to say
Race/ethnicity (optional; check all that apply)
Do you identify as any of the following? (optional; check all that apply)
Youth with a physical disability
Youth with a learning/developmental disability
Youth with an emotional disability
Tell us more about you and why you would be a great Youth Ambassador at the Tyler Clementi Foundation (TCF).
Why do you want to be a TCF Youth Ambassador?
What has been your experience to bullying? If you do have that experience, how did you cope with it?
What are your strongest skills and talents? How would you use them on the Youth Ambassadors team?
What makes you a good leader? Describe how you are a leader in your school, community and/or home.
What is your experience with social media, blogging, public speaking, and other forms of communication? Please include if you have social media accounts.
You will be expected to organize a minimum of two actions to promote the TCF mission. What would you like to do? Please describe.
What do you want to learn if you are accepted into the program?
How could we support you as a Youth Ambassador?
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