Teen Friendship & Leadership

Through unique and experiential learning opportunities, our members are invited to be a part of FC leadership, helping us to foster a warm and natural environment for growing friendships!

  • Kids Who Care 
    Compulsory for 6th and 7th graders before participating in programming.
  • Training Tracks
    For 9-12th graders, compulsory to qualify for the Teen Leadership Board
  • Teen Workshops
    Compulsory for 9-12 graders, optional for 8th graders
  • Teen Scene Host Committees
    Leadership and planning opportunities for friends 13-17

Learning about Friendship and Leadership
Joining a Host Committee Be a part of the planning process! Members ages 17-18 are encouraged to join a Host Committee for a FC club or program in which they will participate in the planning, executing and review of that event.  Email info@fcpgh.org for host committee opportunities.

 

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