About the Youth Move
Youth Groups

Youth Move is comprised of youth ages 11-22 who are interested in making their voices heard through community service and youth advocacy. Youth group meetings include: trainings, discussions, personal growth and team building exercises, Youth Summits, recreational activities, snacks, and fun.

Resource Referral

Youth Move Staff work hard to stay up to date on resources and programs available in communities across the nation. If you ever need anything, please don’t hesitate to call us. If we don’t have the answer, chances are we know someone that does.

Youth Voice

Youth Move works hard to make youth voices heard on public policy! We hope you will join us as we advocate for youth issues like, social justice, education, and youth violence. Youth Move works with various government agencies to provide beneficial feedback on their programs and services to work towards effecting positive changes that benefit youth.

Becoming a Member

Youth Move is always looking for new youth leaders to help further the cause and goals of youth who are part of National Action Network. Joining Youth Move allows you to be a part of a winning team! If you are passionate about making a positive change in your community, or in the world as a whole, please fill out the form on the back of this brochure and join us. If you don’t have a chapter in your community and would like to start one, let us know and we will help you out along the way.


Youth Move allows youth to gain training in various areas including public speaking, social media, media training, legislative training, meeting etiquette, leadership training, and more! By joining Youth Move you will learn to speak to adult groups and engage in intellectual conversations about current events that effect people throughout the world. True change can only come when people know how to effectively communicate what they want. By joining Youth Move you will learn how to be an advocate for your cause and your community.

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