Junior Council Person
The Junior Council Person (JCP)

This program provides youth in your
community with an opportunity to get
engaged in borough government and
develop leadership skills. It also allows
borough officials to serve as mentors to
students who will be future leaders in
their communities.

Since 2000, PSAB has been encouraging
high school students to get involved in
borough government by becoming a JCP.
Since that time, hundreds of students
have participated in the JCP Program in
boroughs throughout PA.
Your name:
Your email address:
Your phone number:
Mikayla Black
Junior Council
Nicholas Basile
Junior Council

Priority should be given to Borough Residents

May be a High School or College Student

Should take a “Junior Council Person Pledge”

Can serve a one or two-year term

Can have one or more Junior Council Persons at a time
Suggested Guidelines for the JCP
Should be required to attend
monthly borough council
meetings, budget
sessions and other “special”
meetings as appropriate

Should be seated with the
council and actively participate

Must observe all borough
council meeting rules

The can NOT:

◦ Vote
◦ Attend “Executive” Sessions
History of the Junior Council Person
(JCP) Program

Started in 1999 with the belief that the outreach of
both the community to the youth and the youth to
the community can build boroughs toward the future

Program has been successful across the state,
allowing many high school and college students the
opportunity to learn the structure and procedures of
local government
If you would like to be a
Trumbauersville Junior
Council Person

Here's three easy ways to
get started

1)Please fill out our contact
us form to the right

Under comments please
type Junior Council Person

Click here for a Brochure


Borough Office:
Phone (215) 536-1761