I am a self-motivated Nashville teen; who volunteers at the Nashville Public Library and Nashville Cares. I serve as an intern at the Oasis Center and I started working with Youth United in the summer of 2010. At the time, the funding for youth programs were running out, now Youth United and Oasis Community Impact have combined to make Oasis Youth Action Council (OYAC). OYAC is composed of ten youth who want to make a difference in their school and community. We are currently working on implementing a Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities into the Metro Nashville Public School handbook. We are also trying to get our research results from a North Nashville Gun survey put into a pamphlet format. I believe this project idea fits into what I do because the group I work with is youth lead and this project calls for the opinion of teens. I think a diversified panel of youth could give SparkAction all the information they need to know regarding how to get jobs available for teens.