Idaho Meth Project calls for teen applicants

The Idaho Meth Project is seeking applicants for the Teen Advisory Council for the 2014-2015 school year. The council assists the project in its statewide community outreach program and provides a teen perspective on the prevention campaign’s strategies and messages.  Applications are due April 25.

The Idaho Meth Project Teen Advisory Council is comprised of 30 high school students from across the state who are selected through a competitive application process. Council members participate in school presentations, volunteer at community events throughout Idaho, reach out to friends and families, and engage peers online via social media. The Idaho Meth Project Teen Advisory Council provides an engaging and exciting forum to collaborate with peers, earn community service and leadership experience, and help create unique events that promote meth prevention messages.

Applications are available on the Project’s website at and require a few answers from applicants about why they want to be involved and how they plan to contribute to the cause.  A letter of recommendation from a teacher, coach or mentor is required.  No prior leadership or volunteering experience is necessary and teens from all corners of the state are eligible to apply.

About the Idaho Meth Project

The Idaho Meth Project is a non-profit organization that implements large-scale, research-based campaigns and community action programs to reduce methamphetamine use in the state. Central to its integrated campaigns is—a definitive source for information about meth for teens. The Idaho Meth Project is affiliated with The Partnership at, a national non-profit organization working to help families solve the problem of teen substance abuse. For more information, visit


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