What is Youth United?
Youth United is an initiative of the United Way of Sampson County to help today’s high school students learn that responsibility and giving back to their community are important steps to creating a positive future. By promoting philanthropy, leadership development and character building among local high school students, we believe these students will serve as positive role models and help improve our community.

Who can join Youth United?
High school students ages 14 – 19. Youth United is a fun service oriented club at many area high schools. Currently, there are student clubs at Clinton High School, Harrells Christian Academy, Hobbton High School, Lakewood High School, Midway High School, and Union High School in Sampson County. If you are an interested high school student, please visit us on facebook at Youth United of Sampson County.

Why Join Your High School’s Youth United Student Club?
To get involved! Join fellow students interested in improving our community and creating solutions to many challenges facing the youth today. Youth United provides community service volunteer opportunities and leadership events. Youth United members raise funds to help non-profit programs focused on youth centered issues.

Youth Leadership Council
Are you interested in being involved beyond the high school level and meeting other area high school student leaders? Consider applying to be a member of the Youth Leadership Council (YLC). These members help coordinate the fund distribution process, volunteer opportunities, and youth focused seminars as well as serve as the liaison with their respective high school club.

Applications are available in January and due March 31 st. Selected students participate in a leadership seminar and begin their one year term in July. The YLC meets monthly. The President of the YLC also serves as a student member on the United Way of Sampson County Board of Directors.