State Farm Youth Advisory Board
Posted by on February 23, 2009
Applications Available for State Farm Youth Advisory Board
Deadline: March 31, 2009
The State Farm Youth Advisory Board (http://www.statefarmyab.com/) is comprised of thirty diverse young adults between the ages of 17 and 20 who have demonstrated exemplary work in service learning, volunteering, and philanthropy in their communities. Members of the Youth Advisory Board will help State Farm leadership create and implement service-learning projects across the United States and Canada.
Members of the board play an important leadership role in creating and overseeing State Farm’s $5-million-a-year signature service-learning initiative. The Youth Board collectively helps identify these issues, develops the grantmaking processes for catalyzing large-scale student-driven service-learning projects, selects the programs to receive grants, provides technical assistance and oversight to grantees, and assists with the initiative’s communications and outreach efforts.
Applicants must live in a state within the United States, or in Alberta, New Brunswick, or Ontario, Canada, and must be between the ages of 17 and 20 as of June 30, 2009. Each member will commit about fifteen hours a month to the board and participate in four face-to-face meetings during their year of service.
For complete program information and application procedures, visit the State Farm Youth Advisory Board Web site.
For additional RFPs in Children and Youth, visit: http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/rfp/cat_children.jhtml
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