What is the Junior Council?
The CHILD USA Junior Council offers a leadership role for active thinkers who make use of CHILD USA resources as they fiercely advocate for children. The junior council supports CHILD USA’s key operations by bringing together the lawyers, educators, and health professionals working on the front lines with children to discuss the changing law and landscape of child protection in real time. Our key focus is on Statute of Limitations reform, mandated reporting, and legal training regarding child sexual abuse advocacy.
Margaret E. Mabie, Esq.
Co-President, National Junior Council
Helene M. Weiss, Esq.
President of Communications, National Junior Council
Kyle A. Schiedo, Esq.
Treasurer, National Junior Council
Secretary, National Junior Council
The application fee for the National Junior Council is $100. The fee can be paid through a donation to CHILD USA by visiting the link at the button above.
On the Junior Council, you will:
– Participate in discussions and network with the country’s most acclaimed lawyers, doctors, researchers and advocates – Support the organization’s critical work in protecting children from abuse and neglect – Play an active role in engaging other young people to support CHILD USA’s fundraising, advocacy, and community engagement – Enhance your resume and gain leadership experience while gaining a sense of philanthropy – Collaborate with other non-profit organizations – Get highly discounted tickets to some of Child USA’s noted events with world famous speakers and advocates – Meet some incredible people and have fun!
Junior Council Qualifications:
– Must be 21+ years of age – Graduated from an accredited 4-year institution with notable academic achievements – Strong interest in non-profit work and social justice for children and abuse victims – 2+ years of professional experience preferred – Volunteer/non-profit experience preferred
Junior Council Responsibilities:
– Work with CHILD USA’s Board of Directors, staff and legal team to promote lectures, screenings, symposiums, events and fundraisers to younger donors – Stay on top of current events, legal debates, and policies affecting CHILD USA’s initiatives – Plan, create, and initiate fundraising and educational events geared towards young professionals