ACYI CAN Youth Member Application

We are Looking for Youth Who...
Are you a young person in Adams County under 25 years of age? Are you looking to take a larger role in your community? Are you involved in a youth commission or youth council and would like to represent your group? We want YOU to utilize your voice to change your community for the better. As a young person, you are in the group most impacted by decisions made by individuals who are working to ensure your safety, well-being, and academic success. So it makes sense that you are a the decisionmaking table, helping to drive the change when it comes to moving the needle in cradle to career outcomes. Become a Collaborative Action Network (CAN) Youth Member and help inform decisions and work that affects you. Release your inner changemaker. The change starts with YOUth!

About the Adams County Youth Initiative (ACYI)...
ACYI works to connect community partners to ensure our youth excel cradle through career. Specifically, we work to MOBILIZE and SUPPORT a collective partnership of stakeholders focused on improving educational outcomes by leveraging student-level data, community expertise and continuous improvement best practices to
  • Measure What Matters
  • Identify Best Practices
  • Spread What Works
A key component to a successful community includes academic achievement and the safety and well-being of its children and youth. When ALL children and youth succeed, our community succeeds. Why? Because children and youth become our workforce, leaders and community members, and it's no secret that communities who have a talented workforce attract and retain employers. With jobs, income, benefits, etc., families are able to live and contribute to a better quality of life. This IS our true north. Success for EVERY young person - Cradle to Career.

We are Looking for Youth to...
Serve as members on each of our Collaborative Action Networks (CANs). CANs focus on different indicators that have been shown to impact your success as a young person. These teams are focused on specific topics to inform success.

Youth CAN Member Commitment to the Partnership:
  • Work alongside leaders in the community to help inform cradle to career efforts
  • Attend recurring CAN meetings which will take place approximately four times per year
  • Give input by sharing your perspective within the group and larger community (example: social media, blogs, etc.)
  • Help spread the word by utilizing social media, blogs, and word-of-mouth

* 1. What is your first and last name?

* 2. What is your home address?

* 3. What city do you live in?

* 4. What state do you live in?

* 5. What is your zip code?

* 6. What is your phone number?

* 7. What is your email address?

* 8. What School/College do you go to (if applicable)?

* 9. What grade/year are you in school/college (if applicable)?

* 10. Please list any prior or current civic organizations, clubs, nonprofits or commissions that you serve on or have served on.

* 11. Are you a member of a youth board or youth commission?

* 12. If you are a member of a youth board or youth commission, which one(s)?

* 13. What experiences, expertise, connections, resources, qualities and values would you bring to ACYI?

* 14. Why do you think it’s important for you to share your perspective?

* 15. How did you hear about his opportunity?

* 16. Are you able to commit to four meetings per year?

* 17. Commitment
By checking this bubble, I am acknowledging that serving as a CAN Youth Member implies at least a year-long commitment, including at least four meetings per year.

Once you have completed the application, please press the submission button below. Please contact ACYI at 720.972.3876 with any questions.

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