Become a Facilitator for the Inspiring Leaders Program
Posted by Philadelphia Youth Action on July 20, 2015
Become a Facilitator for the Inspiring Leaders Program!
Philadelphia Youth Action is now accepting applications to become a facilitator for its Inspiring Leaders Program. Join today to become part of a team 12 years strong! Since 2003, Youth Action has been organizing communities to affect positive and longstanding change.
The Inspiring Leaders Program
The Inspiring Leaders Program is a student led, civic engagement program that seeks to increase 9th and 10th grade Philadelphia high school student’s confidence, competence and awareness of socially relevant issues. Students will develop marketing, budgeting and communication skills in order to effectively and efficiently plan and execute a service project of their choice. All sessions will be held on Saturday mornings on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania.
Facilitators are college student leaders from the Greater Philadelphia Area. They serve as first hand mentors to 9th and 10th grade Philadelphia High School students. Facilitators support and coach Greater Philadelphia high school students on how to organize service projects in their communities. Moreover, facilitators assist students in developing many of the skills they do not gain during their time in a traditional classroom.
Why you should join
There are many reasons why you should join the Inspiring Leaders Program. However, the most important reason is service. In the time that you spend with these students, you will be molding them into the leaders of tomorrow. In addition, you will be gaining community service hours and becoming part of a family.
The online version of the application can be accessed through our website at http://youthactionteam.org/. For more information, please contact Barry Johnson (email@example.com) or Anthony Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you and we hope you join us.
Philadelphia Youth Action, Inc. is a student-led non profit organization that seeks to provide high school and college students with the skills necessary to empower communities through social, economic and civic awareness. Founded in 2003, we believe that through organizing millennial based service events, we can challenge our peers to become agents of social change in their communities.
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