(National Youth Work Committee) a. The National Youth Work Committee shall: (1) recommend to the Board of Directors policy, advocacy, and programmatic activities pertaining to the civil rights concerns of African American and other young people; (2) provide oversight of the implementation of these programs and policies; (3) recommend policies to increase the advocacy capacity of the Association’s youth units; The Committee shall apprise the Board of Directors of the status of the NAACP Youth and make recommendations for the development of the Youth Program.
The West Volusia NAACP will award scholarships to high school or college applicants. The education committee as well as the executive leadership will review applications. Winners will be notified and will be receive their scholarship formally at the Freedom Fund Banquet. Please stay tuned to scholarship announcements on our youth page.
The goals of ACT-SO are:
- To mobilize the adult community for the promotion of academic and artistic excellence.
- To recognize creative talent and academic achievement.
- To provide and assist students with the necessary skills to establish goals and acquire the confidence and training to make a successful contribution to society.