Teen Advisory Council
The Idaho Meth Project is seeking exceptional Idaho students to join the Idaho Meth Project Teen Advisory Council, a statewide group comprised of Idaho teens. As a member of the Council, you will facilitate youth volunteerism and Meth awareness in your school and community while building organizational and leadership skills to assist you in future job or volunteer opportunities.
Kayla is an accomplished saxophonist (she made it to State Finals in 2013!) who hopes to attend an Ivy League college upon graduating from high school. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Governing Board, various music bands and clubs, debate and book club. Kayla enjoys visiting her family in Ohio whenever she can!
Kati hopes to one day become a trauma surgeon for the United States Navy. Her favorite subject is Latin. Kati is an avid Irish dancer and member of the Killarney Irish Dance Company in Boise. She is also active at Boise High, competing in cross-country, debate and rowing while also balancing involvement with orchestra and history club.
Lauren plans to attend University of Idaho upon graduation and eventually on to law school on the East Coast. She enjoys playing tennis, running cross-country and is currently President of her junior class.
Mackenzie is spending the summer studying abroad in Morocco, learning Arabic! She is fascinated with the Middle East and hopes to work there one day in some capacity. Mackenzie is also an accomplished kayaker who cites conquering the North Fork of the Payette River as one of her greatest accomplishments.
Audrey hopes to attend college and enter the medical field upon graduation. She enjoys playing the piano and is part of her school's history club and cross-country team. Audrey's favorite subject is English.
Arie competes in volleyball, basketball and golf all while being a part of Business Professionals of America, National Honors Society, and Health Occupation Students of America. She hopes to attend the University of Montana and major in Biochemistry. Arie's favorite place to visit is the St. Joe River in Idaho.
Emily is on the Mountain View High School Lady Lacrosse Team and a member of the National Honors Society. She is a strong leader and her favorite subject is English.
George is from Lusaka, Zambia and can speak 5 different languages. His favorite subject is Science and he hopes to attend medical school at Washington State University or Colby College in Waterville, Maine. George plays basketball, football, and soccer and is involved in AVID and TRIO at his school. George's favorite place to visit is Portland, Oregon.
Andi aspires to major in Biology or Zoology and is currently exploring college options for next year. She is a member of Key Club, Art Club, runs track and field and enjoys hunting.
Karoline's favorite subjects are history and English. She hopes to attend college on the East Coast after graduation. Karoline loves traveling and being outdoors, she is an avid kayaker!
Julia hopes to be an architect and her favorite subject is U.S. History. She enjoys tap dance, playing the piano, rock climbing and would one day like to learn archery. Her favorite place to visit is Zion National Park in Utah.
Malori hopes to attend the University of Idaho and possibly major in Biology. She plays soccer and enjoys playing the piano. Her favorite place to visit is McCall, Idaho!
Abby would like to attend Pacific University for psychology after high school. She is an avid scuba diver and is PADI certified! She also plays lacrosse and participates in French club and pep club.
Maurin competes in track and field in her favorite discipline, the discus. She also runs cross-country, manages the basketball team and is involved in Student Government.
Abigale is actively involved in her school's volleyball team and the All About Dance Academy. She is currently working toward becoming a Radio City Rockette in New York City! Her favorite subject is Science and she has future plans of attending Utah State University and majoring in Forensic Science.
Kerigan is actively involved in her community and has been awarded the Barbara James Service Award and the Congressional Award for her efforts and compassion for her community. She is on the Student Council and competes in basketball and track and field for her school. Kerigan is exploring her college options and plans to major in Dental Hygenistry.
Anna enjoys writing and aspires to be a screenplay writer one day. She competes in lacrosse, enjoys basque dancing, and is a member of the National Honors Society. Anna's favorite place to visit is Jamaica.
Kelsey is actively involved in several clubs at her school including; Science Club, French Club, and is the club officer for the History Club. She plans to get her CNA this school year and attend Boise State University where she hopes to major in Nursing or Social Work. Kelsey's favorite place to visit is her Grandparent's house in Utah.
Lexi is actively involved in the Sawtooth Lacrosse Club and hopes to play lacrosse in college one day as well. Her favorite subject is math and she loves the ocean!
Londan favorite subject is science, competes in soccer and golf, and is a member of the National Honors Society. She enjoys art and her favorite place to visit is California.
Micaela plays club lacrosse and is a strong leader in her community. She loves to ski and enjoys a good adventure! Her favorite places to visit are Kauai and Costa Rica.
As a Member of the Teen Advisory Council, you will:
- Recruit other teen volunteers
- Identify opportunities for school or community education
- Participate in the coordination of school, community, or fundraising events (this may include school presentations, assemblies, lunchtime activities, contests or art displays/performances to increase awareness about Meth)
- Provide the Idaho Meth Project with input on its media campaign and social media strategy
- Assist with summer events and event promotion as available
- Have the opportunity to apply for leadership positions within the Teen Advisory Council
- Participate in monthly conference calls that will be held on a specified date and time as determined by the council at the first meeting of the school year. These calls will be regularly scheduled unless otherwise noted.
- Have an email address for group communications.
To Become a TAC Member you must:
- Be a full-time, enrolled student grades 9-12.
- Complete an application and signed parental consent.
- Possess regular access to the internet and a valid email address that you check regularly.
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For more information, please contact Alix Hilton, Program Coordinator, at 1-888-331-2060 or email@example.com.