What is ATP?
Army on the
The Army Teen Panel Advisors
represent US Army Community and Family Support Center (CFSC)
and Military District of Washington (MDW).
CFSC and MDW share joint responsibility for all aspects of the Army Teen
Panel project. This includes logistics, programming and adminstrative duties.
The Army and the United States
Department of Agriculture (USDA) have
an Interagency Agreement entitled the USDA/Army School-Age and Teen (ASA&T)
Project. The ASA&T Project is designed to provide training, technical
assistance, and program materials in support of school-age and teen programs.
ASA&T specialists assist the Army Teen Panel as advisors.
Advisors provide the framework
and facilitate the meetings. Training provided to ATP members includes
communication skills, leadership, military protocol and briefings, community
resources and involvement, partnering, state-of the-art technology, and
This year, three former Teen
Panel Members served as Jr. Advisors: Chris Hansen, Correy Hudson and Regina
Wright. These young adults contributed their skills as former Panel
members and Army youth.