Fairhope Junior City Council

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Fairhope Junior City Council

Interested in social media, journalism, politics, public service, or making change? Apply to be a part
of the Fairhope Junior City Council! We need dedicated, innovative students who want to be an
active part in their community. The council is open to any high school student who lives in the City
of Fairhope’s Planning Jurisdiction. The student will serve a two-year term as a representative for
his or her high school (this includes home school and virtual school students). Senior applicants will
serve a one-year term. Terms begin September 1st and end August 30th.
What Is It?
The Fairhope Junior City Council works as a liaison between Fairhope youth and the city.
We’ll be interacting with Fairhope families, business owners, politicians, students- everyone! Our
mission is to get Fairhope youth more involved in our community and to inform the community of
what’s going on in Fairhope through student-led media and special events.
As a part of the Fairhope Junior City Council, you will be
● gaining experience in leadership, communication, journalism, politics/local government,
public service, and community development
● informing the Fairhope youth and public about Fairhope news through media (Instagram,
Facebook, etc.)
● increasing young people’s involvement with the Fairhope community (and vice versa)
through special events

To Apply: Students interested in serving on the Fairhope Junior City Council must first fill out the
application below and have two reference forms filled out from a teacher, counselor, principal, or
advisor. Students must email their finished applications to . References
may be attached or emailed separately. After careful review, select students will be asked to
interview with senior members of the junior council.

Expectations: The Fairhope Junior City Council requires active and frequent communication
between members and are expected to at least be present at monthly meetings (meetings once a
month). Meetings can range from video chat to email exchanges, or in person.

Fairhope Junior City Council Application  

Reference Form: FJCC Reference Form
Students will be notified by May 20th of selection.

2020-2021 Junior City Council:

Galey Mckelvain- Fairhope High School

Anne Lyles Tapscott- Fairhope High school

Rafael Olivier- Fairhope High School

Emory Horton- Fairhope High School

Addison Spears- Fairhope High School

Isabella McCormick- Bayside Academy

Jack Marlow- Fairhope High School

Grayson Mckean- Fairhope High School

Isabella Tran- Fairhope High School

Victoria Whatley- Baldwin County Virtual School