The Youth Community Outreach Project was created as an Inn outreach project to high school seniors—students who are or will soon be legal adults—to educate them about their rights and responsibilities as young adults. The project itself was informed and created by Inn members and legal professionals around the country, representative of different legal specializations, locales, and Inns. Each task force member also had experience delivering legal programming to students, either with their Inn or through other volunteer opportunities. Because it was created during the COVID-19 pandemic, the task force developed the project so that it could be presented in person or virtually.
The Youth Community Outreach Project is meant to be delivered to a classroom of high school seniors—students who are or will soon be legal adults. The project works best if delivered in person by a few Inn members, however it can be adapted to an online presentation.
The Facilitator Guide accompanies the presentation materials and suggests how an Inn might execute the project from start to finish. Along with the guide, you will find printable copies of handouts and evaluations, and presentation slides with notes for the following subject matter areas: