MCC Youth Ambassador Program
|The Mclean Community Center Youth Ambassador Program: Apply by Friday, Dec. 9|
MCC is looking for a few good area teens to act as ambassadors to the governing board.
To assist in fulfilling its mission to provide programs of interest to area teens, the McLean Community Center (MCC) is launching a new initiative, MCC Youth Ambassadors. The purpose of the new initiative is to empower teens to collect and share their classmates’ ideas and feedback with the MCC Governing Board. McLean and Langley high school students enrolled in 9th-12th grades who reside in Dranesville Small District 1A are eligible to apply for the volunteer positions. The deadline to apply is Friday, Dec. 9. MCC is located at 1234 Ingleside Ave.
Youth Ambassadors will serve as liaisons between community youth and the two youth members of the MCC Governing Board, Sarah Tran (McLean High School boundary area) and Charlotte Loving (Langley High School boundary area). The ambassadors will promote MCC activities via their social media platforms and through resources at their respective schools. They will also assist in planning events and activities targeted to the youth of McLean in support of acquiring their growing participation in MCC programs. Ambassadors will meet monthly at MCC or the Old Firehouse Center to discuss public feedback and plan future activities.
MCC Youth Ambassador Applications are posted on the MCC website, www.mcleancenter.org. Completed applications should be emailed to MCC General Programs Director Michael Fisher at email@example.com no later than Friday, Dec. 9.
Questions? Contact MCC Governing Board member Sarah Tran (McLean High School Boundary Area) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Charlotte Loving (Langley High School Boundary Area) at email@example.com.