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The Army Teen Panel is a group of eleven teens who
are nominated by installation and Major Army Command Youth Services to
represent teens Army-wide. Eight of us represent our Major Commands and
three are At-Large members. As the Army Teen Panel, our goal is to increase
and improve communication between Army Teens and Army leadership. As members,
we take communications with teens to another level. We conduct briefings
with the Army leadership on issues that are important to Army Teens and
show the Army leadership teens really care. We are the vehicle for teens
to express their feelings on how things really are at the installation
|Our Objectives are:
To hear the opinions of Army teens on issues affecting
To establish a method for Army teens to share their viewpoints
and those of their peers on issues they are most concerned about.
To communicate Army teen opinions to Army leadership
|Our Member Requirements
Members are selected for a maximum 2-year term.
Members must be in 9th, 10th or 11th grade for upcoming fall term.
Members must maintain a minimum grade point average of
"C" or better.
Teens apply for representation through their installation
Members attend two annual meetings in Washington, D.C.
Members participate in two annual telephone conference
Army Teen Panel? Position applications for the 2001-2002 Panel will be available in Spring 2001!