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Installation Teen Council (ITC)

At the Installation the Teen Council identifies local teen concerns, brainstorm solutions, and initiates change with the assistance of their Teen Staff Advisor. This group can be the existing Keystone Club or any teen group which empower youth to support and influence YP, installation, school, and the community.
Through the Teen Council teens have the opportunity to pursue leadership roles on the Regional and Air Force level Teen Councils.

Contact your Youth Programs staff for additional information and nomination due dates.
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Air Reserve Component Teen Council

The Air Reserve Component Teen Leadership Council (ARCTC) is a nationwide group of AFR and ANG dependent teens providing a youth perspective in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of AFR/ANG youth programs.  Teens speak on behalf of AFR/ANG youth at selected functions and programs, including Yellow Ribbon events. Approximately 14 teens serve on ARCTC. Teens are selected by applications process.

ARCTC Memo 2015

ARCTC Application

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Air Force Youth of the Year

Each year, installations select one teen as the Youth of the Year.  Selected youth have the opportunity to compete at the installation, state, regional, and national level. Selected youth earn scholarships while representing their installation, family, and Air Force. Annually, installation winners are recognized at a ceremony provided by the Air Force Services Activity Child and Youth Programs.

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ANG-AFR Youth of the Year

Each year, Air National Guard (ANG) and Air Force Reserve (AFR) dependents apply to represent ANG and AFR as their Youth of the Year.  Annually, winners are recognized at a ceremony provided by the Air Force Services Center Child and Youth Programs.

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