How to Get Involved in the Campaign

Grant Jirka
May 28, 2013

I have received many messages about getting involved in the Campaign. There are many ways to get involved and all very important. The easiest way to help the Campaign is by following us on Twitter (@gov4youth), liking our Facebook page, reading this blog and sharing these social media outlets with your friends and family. It’s as simple as a click of the button!

For those of you who are really ambitious and eager to help the Campaign, you have a few options. The first option is to apply for our Campus Ambassadors program. As a Campus Ambassador, you will organize group presentations and implement a social media and legislative campaign in your area. The other task we ask of Campus Ambassadors is to mobilize their friends, family, and community members to write their members of Congress to support the creation of a Presidential Youth Council.

The other option is applying to be a part of the Leadership Team. The Leadership Team has many different subcommittees for you to get involved with such as: Communications, New Media, Community Outreach, Leadership Team, Strategy and Government Relations.

I must mention that participation in the campaign does NOT influence appointment to the council.  The President and the Office of Presidential Personnel will decide who is appointed to the council.  We appreciate your help in making the council a reality.

If you want an application for the Campus Ambassadors program or for the Leadership Team, or if you have any further questions about getting involved, feel free to zip me an e-mail at <grantjirka2012@yahoo.com>

-Grant


Grant Jirka is a first-year biomedical engineering, pre-med student at Duke University. He joined the Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council in April 2012 and has been involved in other various state and national youth councils since he was a freshman in high school. He is currently the Director of New Media for the Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council.

 

This blog is part of the youth-curated Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council blog, in partnership with SparkAction.