Teen Court is an alternative to Juvenile Court
The mission of Ashland County Teen Court (ACTC) is to provide an alternative method of adjudicating juvenile offenses. As a deputized piece of our judicial system, Teen Court Panel Members provide peers the opportunity to learn from past behavior and regain a clean record. Teen Court is a diverse, widely trained panel of high school students who hear cases, hold dialogue with youth and families to understand the violation circumstances, and create legally binding sanctions based on restorative justice. This benefits the youth and the overall community through civic service.
Student Internships & Employment Resources
Whether you are looking for summer work, an after graduation job, or exploring career ideas for when you are older, the websites below can help you search the different paths available to you.
- Ashland County Employment – county and regional openings
- Student Jobs Portal – regional and state-wide openings
- Jobs at UW – regional and state-wide openings
More Opportunities for Youth
The county, state, nation, and globe have youth programs that may surprise you! Some of the links below are well-known, while others may be newer. Please explore these opportunities within their 4 categories, and reach out to your Ashland County 4-H Youth Development Educator to discuss any questions, ideas, and plans!
Local Area Youth Organizations, Programs, & Events
State-Wide Youth Organizations, Programs, & Events
National Youth Organizations, Programs, & Events
International Youth Organizations, Programs, & Events
HAVE A QUESTION?
Kate Wallner serves Ashland County as the 4-H Youth Development Educator. To learn more about 4-H Youth Development programming and the role of Extension in Ashland County, send her an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 715-208-0664! You can also share ideas through the short survey found here!