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A program of the National Association of the Deaf (NAD), Youth Ambassador Program (YAP) is excited to announce the release of the application — online! Watch the video and find out six components necessary to complete your application process.
Video description and transcript:
Video fades to soft blue and white background with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) logo centered. Black text below the logo appears, "National Association of the Deaf." Video dissolves to the NAD Youth Ambassador Program (YAP) logo with black text below "Youth Ambassador Program" with the NAD logo and line break below.
Video then fades to Connie Pucci.
CONNIE: Hello Everyone!
The NAD YAP is the NAD Youth Ambassador Program.
We are looking for young leaders!
We are excited to announce that the YAP application is now available online. Curious!? Let me briefly explain.
The YAP application has six components:
First, what does it mean to be a Youth Ambassador of the NAD? This document is all about role expectations.
Second, Eligibility Requirements — contestants must meet all the requirements before entering the program.
The third component is the Timeline; the competition schedule that contestants will go through, including all five rounds.
Fourth is the Professional Code of Conduct; it lists guidelines on what is appropriate.
Fifth is the Application Information where you fill out different information about yourself on an online application.
And the sixth component is the Agreement Forms; there will be different forms to sign.
For further details, please visit our website.
(White text "www.nad.org/yap" appears in front of Connie).
Go ahead and apply!
Video fades to the same soft blue and white background with the NAD logo centered. Black text below the logo appears, "A production of The National Association of the Deaf (copyright) 2013 All rights reserved."