Call for Young Leaders in Alamance County

Call for young leaders in Alamance County

As of September 14, 2021, a limited number of positions on the Alamance Youth Connected LEADERSHIP TEAM remain OPEN.

Want to learn more? Fill out the form below to apply.

Questions? Email Tommy White at

About the Leadership Team

Our Leadership Team will support 10 young people ages 14-19 to:

  • Learn about sexual and reproductive health
  • Build their leadership skills and networks
  • Create their own events or campaigns for improving adolescent health in Alamance County

We welcome young leaders who are Black, Hispanic/Latinx, LGBTQIA+, boys/men—and others!

Commitment: From October 2021 until June 2022, the Leadership Team will convene virtually twice per month, for a total of two meetings or workshops (1-2 hours each) every month. Members must commit to the full year.

Stipend: For each meeting/workshop that Leadership Team members attend, they will receive a $25 participation stipend and a $10 data/travel stipend, for a total monthly stipend of $70.

Accessibility: Limited ASL interpretation and childcare may be available. Meetings will be scheduled for day/evening/weekend times based on Leadership Team member availability. We will invite members to share their access needs after they apply. For accessibility questions, contact Tommy White at (habla español).

About Alamance Youth Connected: Alamance Youth Connected (AYC) is a three-year initiative designed to reduce unintended teen pregnancy, birth, and STI rates in Alamance County by engaging the community, schools, parents, healthcare providers, and young people in a systems-thinking approach to improving health.