In an effort to help prepare area youth to become future leaders and responsible, caring citizens, Neighborhood House offers high school students in the greater Rochester community an opportunity to get involved in serving their community as a member of the youth committee. Students have the opportunity to participate in Neighborhood House and other community related events throughout the year and obtain service hours.
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE 2017/2018 Junior Ambassador Youth Board. Applications are due by MAY 5, 2017. Click here for a copy of the application.
The 2016-2017 Executive Youth Board:
Junior Ambassador – Andrew Smith
Rochester HS – Sophia Shafkalis
Adams HS – Allison Hayen
Stoney Creek HS – Madison Murphy
Notre Dame Prep – Elizabeth Krencicki
Oakland Christian – McKenna Reynolds
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Each year an Executive Youth Board is formed and led by a selected Junior Ambassador. The Executive Youth Board is comprised of representatives from Rochester High School, Adams High School, Stoney Creek High School and members representing other high schools in the Neighborhood House service area. This group collaborates with the Neighborhood House Executive Director, Board of Directors, and other staff in an effort to gain experience in areas of civic responsibility, community service, public speaking, fundraising, marketing, and fund development. All students within the greater Rochester Area are eligible to apply for these positions annually.