PATCH Youth Advocacy Fellowship

The Wisconsin PATCH Youth Advocacy Fellowship empowers young people, ages 12-21, to grow as leaders and young activists by making their voices heard in community and state level conversations. The Fellowship spans the course of 9-months (September –May) with continual engagement and learning via paid enrichment meetings, individual learning modules, and the development of an individual Community Advocacy Project. Youth Advocates also serve as consultants, bringing youth voice to the projects and initiatives of individuals, organizations, and systems working to improve adolescent health throughout Wisconsin.

LOOKING TO REPLICATE?
IMG_9539

PATCH® enjoys consulting with others interested in youth engagement work and are currently developing a replication package to support those interested in creating an effective, statewide youth advisory board.

WANTING YOUTH INPUT?
YA

From small to large projects, PATCH Youth Advocates provide critical feedback and perspective, and they act as consultants on relevant projects, programs, campaigns, and efforts.