This application will be closed for submissions on Friday, April 30th at 5:00PM. Any submissions after that time will not be considered for the 2021-2022 membership year.


The Wesley-Rankin Teen Board was created as a program to merge civic engagement and leadership development for interested high school students. We are seeking learners and leaders who are looking to engage, educate, and inspire within our community; as well as growing community investment for the programs we operate at Wesley-Rankin Community Center. The Teen Board will provide an opportunity for student leaders to be involved in this organization. We’re looking to put together a board of creative and enthusiastic leaders! For more details regarding the WRTB, please visit https://wesleyrankin.org/teen-board/.


Please complete this application if you are interested in being considered for the Wesley-Rankin Teen Board.


Student Information


Parent Information


Demographics

Please enter your high school and graduation year.

Example: ESD 2021, Hockaday 2020, etc.



Availability

Please indicate the days and times you are usually available to volunteer.



Email Preferences

We like to keep volunteers informed of important news, schedules, and volunteer opportunities by email, however will not send you any email you prefer not to receive. Use the checkboxes below to select the kinds of email you would like to receive from us.



Why are you interested in the WRCC Teen Board?

If you are returning member, please share how you would like to see the Teen Board grow/improve.



What skills and strengths would you offer?

Please include any other hobbies, extracurricular and community service activities (i.e. NCL, YMSL, school and club sports, NHS, etc.)



What does community transformation mean to you?


Share your ideas!

What ideas do you have for events and programs that could help fund-raise and/or bring awareness to Wesley-Rankin?



What do you hope to gain from this experience?


Background Check and MinistrySafe Information

Wesley-Rankin Community Center conducts criminal background checks for all volunteers 18 years and older in order to ensure the safety and quality of families at our center. If a non-complying report is revealed, you will be notified. Continued volunteer service is contingent upon background screenings. We also require that all volunteers complete our MinistrySafe training if you will be working closely with students. The following information is kept confidential and secure by the Community Engagement Manager at Wesley-Rankin Community Center. You will receive separate emails prompting you to complete the background check and MinistrySafe training as you begin the on-boarding process.



Application Agreement

By clicking "I agree," I hereby certify that I will comply with the responsibilities and requirements expected of the Wesley-Rankin Teen Board and this application contains no misrepresentations or falsifications and the information given is true and complete to the best of my knowledge.