Youth Advisory Board
Choose to DO, Inc. is a youth organization established on March 8, 2016 that focuses on the physical and mental benefits of positive thinking.
Choose to DO, Inc.’s Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a body of young people serving as ambassadors. The YAB strives to create and nurture a network between youth and decision-makers within and outside of the organization, in order to reinforce our mission of building self esteem in young people worldwide. The YAB is a professional and personal development opportunity that provides a relationship with Choose to DO, Inc.
To be part of the Youth Advisory Board, you must:
- Be a young person living in the United States, aged 14 - 19.
- Be proficient in English.
- Have regular access to the internet.
- Be interested in social emotional learning and helping Choose to DO, Inc. deliver the best programs possible.
- Enjoy working as part of a diverse and collaborative group.
- Virtual and in person.
The Youth Advisory Board adds value to Choose to DO, Inc. by:
- Providing advice, input and feedback for our youth programs, the organization, the Board of Directors and other programs and initiatives as needed.
- Supporting Choose to DO, Inc.’s campaign and advocacy efforts.
- Engaging with external youth and development focused organizations in the United States and internationally, both within and outside of Choose to DO, Inc.
- The Youth Advisory Board meets to share updates on YAB progress, provide feedback on current campaigns and initiatives and engage with relevant Choose to DO, Inc. staff if necessary.
- Meet in person or virtually once a month
- 1 hour to 1 hour and 30 minute meetings
- No meetings in July or December
- Training as required.
- Introduction to potential connections, peers, companies etc.
- A letter of reference may be available on request upon successful completion of your term.
- Recognition includes dinners, newsletter features, spotlights in our annual report and through our "YAB member of the month" programs.
We will consider middle school and high school students.