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Teen Advisory Council

Join the Colorado Meth Project Teen Advisory Council

 

The Colorado Meth Project is launching a state-wide Teen Advisory Council to further empower young adults in their fight against Meth. The Teen Advisory Council will represent the geographic and personal diversity of the state and will work with the Colorado Meth Project to extend the ‘Not Even Once’ message through education and service projects.

Members of the Teen Advisory Council will be selected through an application and interview process. Enrolled students grades 9 through 11 are eligible and encouraged to apply. Once selected, members will attend a day-long orientation and will then be supported through regular contact with the Colorado Meth Project Program Manager. Service projects will be individually chosen by Council members (in coordination with the Program Manager) and will have the full support of the Colorado Meth Project for their implementation.

Each member will serve a 1-year term that will coincide with the 2013-2014 school year. Download the application HERE.

2012 Teen Advisory Council

Nicole Ferree

11th grade

Moffat County High School, Craig

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Rani Simpson

12th grade

Fruita Monument High School, Grand Junction

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Brooke Barlock

11th grade

Regis Jesuit High School, Denver

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Raely Cockroft

11th grade

Greeley Central High School, Greeley

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Brenden Fulton

10th grade

Northridge High School, Greeley

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Nadeen Ibrahim

12th grade

Weldon Valley High School, Wiggins

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Josie Natrasevschi

11th grade

Fort Collins High School, Fort Collins

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Courtney Leafgren

8th grade

Eaton Middle School, Eaton

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Aarika Matney

12th grade

Brighton High School, Brighton

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Jared Sandoval

10th grade

Denver Center for International Studies, Denver

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Prisca To

9th grade

Legend High School, Parker

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Cristal Torres Lopez

12th grade

CEC Middle College of Denver, Denver

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Madison Zielinski

9th grade

Kiowa High School, Kiowa

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”

Vikasini Mahalingam

12th grade

Smoky Hill High School, Aurora

“I love seeing my efforts go towards something that is so important to our community and the epidemic in general. We have to make a difference, and that’s why I’m here to help.”