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January Newsletter


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January Newsletter
Take a look at what we've been up to this month.

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January Newsletter

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College Tours
This month, we were able to take a trip up to
the Mountainland Applied Technology College
in Orem. Students toured the campus, met
with advisors, and learned more about the
many programs that MATC has to offer.

Volunteer Program at
Independence High School
Give back with Teens Act: Be a volunteer mentor!
We are often approached by people who would love to mentor
students, but can't make the time commitment that our
mentors are required to. This is why we're rolling out our
Volunteer Program where volunteers will commit at least two
hours a week (two classes per week) for a minimum of three
Volunteers will be assigned to work directly with one to two
students, assisting with homework and credit recovery. With
over 85 students this semester, we need your help! Teens Act
will provide training to volunteers who are passionate about
teaching, and have experience working with youth and strong
math skills.
For more information, visit our website or email Keara Moyle at

Work for Teens Act

We are looking for a VISTA Program &
Outreach Coordinator
We are looking for one full-time VISTA

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Member who will start in April 2015!

Major responsibilities include implementing
Teens Act's newest initiative (the monthly
Parents Program at Timpanogos Elementary
School), assisting in the supervision of the
program at Provo and Independence High
Schools, developing curriculum, and more.
Visit our jobs page for the full list of
qualifications and responsibilities.
I have loved being a VISTA at Teens Act.
Being a VISTA gives you the freedom to
pursue your own projects, the chance to learn
through hands-on experience, and the ability
to make a real impact in your community Marley Andrew, resource coordinator

What's New
New Partnerships
Teens Act is now partnering with BYU-Y
Serve! Under the direction of Joel Rosario, a
Teens Act mentor, BYU students can now
volunteer as mentors in our IHS classrooms
(see paragraph on volunteers above).

We are also excited to announce our

partnership with the Utah Valley Chamber of
Commerce and Corporate Alliance. We are
looking forward to networking and sharing
resources with these two companies.

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Did you know we are on Facebook? Help us

reach our goal of earning 600 likes by simply
liking our Teens Act page here. This way,
you can receive the most up-to-date
information about all of the exciting things
happening with our program!

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