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Conference Staff 

AAYLP is now accepting applications for Team Leaders and Team Assistants who possess the experience, skill and desire to work with young African American leaders.  Candidates for the positions of Team Leader or Team Assistant should be reliable, hard working, and committed to assisting for the entire conference under the supervision of the Program Coordinator and Executive Director.  Candidates for these positions should have completed a minimum of 1 year in college before the start of the 2009 AAYLP Conference.

We hope you will consider applying to become an essential part of this rewarding event.  All applications will be reviewed and selected by RPIC’s Board of Directors and the AAYLP Planning Committee. Individuals will be selected using pre-determined selection criteria approved by the RPIC Board of Directors. Applications are due by April 25, 2009.  All applicants will be notified of the status of their application in late May/early June.

CLICK HERE to download a copy of the 2009 AAYLP Conference staff application.

 

Volunteers

AAYLP is now accepting applications for Conference Session Facilitators.  Qualified Facilitators possess the experience, skill and desire to work with young African American leaders.  Session Facilitators are professional adult staff who are responsible for the facilitating training sessions, activities and workshops during the conference and are model leaders.

We hope you will consider applying to become an essential part of this rewarding event.  All applications will be reviewed and selected by RPIC’s Board of Directors and the AAYLP Planning Committee. Individuals will be selected using pre-determined selection criteria approved by the RPIC Board of Directors. Applications are due by April 25, 2009.  All applicants will be notified of the status of their application in late May/early June.

CLICK HERE to download a copy of the 2009 AAYLP Facilitator application.

 

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