Humane Rescue Alliance

Advocating for animal-friendly communities. Strengthening the animal-human bond.

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Teenage Ambassadors In Leadership and Service
Humane Rescue Alliance TAILS

Join the Humane Rescue Alliance for a unique program that encourages teenagers 13 – 17 years old to develop and fine tune leadership, fund-raising, and outreach skills to create, design, and implement sustainable projects that will benefit animals and the people who care for them.
 

2018 TAILS Workshop (Grades 10, 11, and 12): September 20, 27, October 4, 11
REGISTRATION FULL
2018 TAILS Workshop (Grades 8 and 9): September 26, October 3, 10 and 17

REGISTRATION FULL

Check back in December for winter dates. 


PROGRAM INFORMATION:

  • Four, 2-hour sessions, one per week, for four consecutive weeks. Participants are expected to attend all four TAILS workshops. 
  • Location: 71 Oglethorpe Street NW Washington, DC 20011
  • Sessions are limited to 12 participants
  • TAILS participants are eighth through twelfth-grade students who are 13 – 17-years-old
  • TAILS sessions are offered by age/grade—please register for the appropriate grade
    • Current eighth and ninth grade students
    • Tenth, eleventh, and twelfth-grade students

We are happy to sign service learning paperwork, but it is the student's responsibility to ensure service with HRA will meet the school's requirements.

 

EXPLORE TAILS TOPICS

  • Why do animal shelters exist?
  • Animal Adoptions – processes and procedures.
  • Humane Law Enforcement and Field Services – who to call and when
  • Advocacy - employ social media to promote adoptions and services to maximize impact
  • Humane Education – promote empathy in the classroom
  • Community support programs – HOPE, CatNiPP, MART, Vaccine Clinic, Spay/Neuter. True to its mission, the Humane Rescue Alliance protects animals, supports families, and advocates for positive change to create a world where all animals can thrive. We enrich the humanity of our communities by promoting compassion and encouraging people to find joy, comfort, and companionship through the love and appreciation of animals.
     

IN ADDITION, PARTICIPANTS WILL:

  • Build leadership skills through designing, creating, and implementing projects that will benefit animals.
  • Meet other young people who are passionate about helping animals.
  • Complete outside assignments.
     

AFTER TAILS:

  • As newly minted animal ambassadors, teens will pair their love of animals with their leadership skills and knowledge of programs and services to make their community a better place for animals and the people who care for them.
  • TAILS is just the beginning of a continuing partnership. Participants will consult with HRA staff as they pursue future advocacy efforts and create sustainable projects.

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