Attending five (5) Keep High Point Beautiful Board meetings a year. These are held at the Piedmont Environmental Center in High Point at 4:00 p.m., every other month, on the third Monday of that month. (Non-voting position)
Attending and helping prepare for the two large city-wide annual litter cleanup events, the Great American Cleanup in the spring and the High Point Big Sweep in the fall.
Helping with outreach to peer groups in High Point.
Assisting with Litter Indexing of city roadways.
Assisting with additional efforts and programs as they arise.
If you are interested in serving on the KHPB Youth Council, the application process will reopen the Summer of 2018.
Keep High Point Beautiful recently initiated a youth council to assist in our community efforts. Applications were accepted earlier in the fall from high school age students residing in High Point. KHPB board members interviewed applicants and have selected six students to serve on the youth councilbeginning in January 2018.
Keep High Point Beautiful is very excited to welcome the following new members:
Brenda Arellano, Wesleyan Christian Academy
Heaven Dukes, Southwest High School
Mary Gilpin, The North Carolina Leadership Academy
Layla Lukas, High Point Central High School
Lakin Stevens, High Point Central High School
Nicholas Wolff, High Point Central High School
These students will serve as the inaugural KHPB Youth Council !
Students who participate will have the opportunity to apply for the National Keep American Beautiful Youth Council!