The Youth Observer to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Board of Trustees is an important, national leadership position that functions as the primary liaison between General Assembly (GA) Youth Caucus and the Board, but represents a larger youth voice on the Board. See the Statement from the 2010-2011 Youth Observer for more information on what it is like to be the Youth Observer.
You must be a youth who:
Send the following information to youth @ uua.org, fax to 888-972-9686, or mail to the UUA Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries, 24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-1409:
Each youth observer candidate is asked to submit a video campaign statement by the application deadline. Video statements must meet the following expectations:
Applicants can use a video camera, smart phone or tablet camera, webcam or laptop computer camera, or any other electronic video recording equipment. The video file or files should be added to a file sharing site (such as Dropbox) and the link included with the application email. Applicants who need assistance with this requirement or who do not have access to this equipment should contact the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries (contact information below) as soon as possible, and arrangements will be made to provide support for this process.
If you are interested in applying to be a candidate for the Youth Observer position and have questions, please contact the UUA Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries at youth @ uua.org or (617) 948-4350 to find out more about the role and election process.
For more information contact youth @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Wednesday, May 7, 2014.
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