The Teen Advisory Council (TAC) is a group of highly motivated and respected teens that are an integral part of the NSA family. The role of the TAC is to exhibit strong leadership qualities and to serve as role models and mentors to their peers and younger members of Family Programs within the NSA. The TAC is also responsible for providing support and presenting a positive attitude to NSA teens and kids at the Annual Conference and throughout the year.
NSA Family Programs is honored to have the TAC as a part of the Family Programs team. They are expected to be excellent representatives of the NSA and its mission. TAC members will be featured on the website and may also be featured in various communications and publications. The TAC works at the discretion of the Family Programs committee.
For more information, check out our TAC Guidelines.
Teen Advisory Council
TAC member terms are 3 years. A member may only serve more than 3 years if they are appointed Teen Program Coordinator after serving on the council.
Teen Advisory Council (TAC) Representative
A TAC Representative is responsible for working with Executive and Family Program in the development, coordination, and evaluation of all NSA programs related to youth, particularly teenagers. Their responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, working with local chapters to coordinate youth days and symposiums, submission of articles and ideas for Letting GO relating to youth, assisting in the development of parent support services, and working with other appropriate committees to review and/or recommend new materials and programs for youth.
Teen Program Coordinator(s)
The TAC is overseen by the Teen Program Coordinator(s) (TPC; no more than 2). The TPCs facilitate TAC meetings and oversee larger objectives, such as one-day teen events, conference teen programming, nationwide social events, and advocacy/engagement projects.