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About the Floyd Youth Action Team: The Floyd Youth Action Team is made up of about twenty high school students from all of the local high schools within Floyd County and the city of Rome. We hold monthly meetings at 16 East 12th Street in Rome, where the team works to raise awareness around specific national campaigns and educate the Floyd community on issues such as: teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, underage alcohol use, texting and driving, bullying, etc. The youth also develop strategies needed to promote positive youth development and involvement within their community.

The mission of the Floyd County Youth Action Team is to mobilize and equip the Floyd Community with information and strategies needed to promote positive youth development and involvement, improve community conditions, and address issues associated with the community.

The vision of the Floyd County Youth Action Team is to set a prime example, be role models, and inform teens of the consequences that will follow their actions. We will do this by promoting safe and responsible behaviors for teens in their area. The FCYAT will see the youth of Floyd County evolve into contributing members of the community while also treasuring the simplicities of being young!

    To promote...
  1. Leadership training opportunities for youth in Floyd County.
  2. Team building among all high schools in Floyd County.
  3. Events that provide free activities for youth, including: outdoor fun, teen town hall meetings, and entertainment.
  4. A stronger desire in youth for personal growth, knowledge, and success.
  1. Must be a resident of Floyd County, aged 15-19.
  2. Must be enrolled in school or an educational program.
  3. Must possess an interest in helping their peers.
  4. Must be able to attend monthly meetings.
  5. Must be available to assist with special events.
  1. Attend monthly Action Team meetings.
  2. Participate in the development of programs and events which serve youth.
  3. Participate in media interviews and events.
  4. Make recommendations to improve positive youth development and involvement.
  5. Be a positive role model for peers!

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