TiLT Volunteer Spotlight: Andrew Walton

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TiLT Overview

To highlight our Teens in Leadership Training (TiLT) program, we’re spotlighting some of our current and former volunteers, learning about their involvement in the program, and seeing how their experience has continued to impact them. Brunswick County 4-H TiLT youth volunteer teaching program trains youth volunteers ages 13-18, to deliver in-school, after-school, and summer programs that teach healthy living, STEM, good stewardship, and environmental awareness of the resources in Brunswick County. See our 4-H Teens in Leadership Training page for more information about the program.

Andrew Walton

Headshot of Andrew Walron with following text to the right of image. TiLT Volunteer Spotlight. Andrew Walton. How did volunteering with TiLT help you when choosing a college or career path? It taught me hard work and discipline and gave me an even greater love for the outdoors.

When did you serve in TiLT?

2010-2012.

What is your favorite memory from serving as a TiLT volunteer?

The skiing trip was so much fun. Also, the summer camp was a great time. I loved hanging out with everybody, meeting new places, and having a good time with good friends, old and new. Thank you to our chaperones for making it so wonderful and for putting up with us!!
How did volunteering with TiLT help you when choosing a college or career path?
It taught me hard work and discipline and gave me an even greater for the outdoors.

What is one other way TiLT has helped you? (i.e., public speaking, making friends, learned something new, etc.)

TiLT also helped me meet new people and not be afraid to let my true self shine.

TiLT Youth Volunteer Program

Interested in learning more about the TiLT Youth Volunteer Program? Contact Morgan King, 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent, by emailing morgan_king@ncsu.edu, or Angie Lawrence, 4-H EFNEP Nutrition Educator, by emailing angie_lawrence@ncsu.edu. To reach us by phone, call 910-253-2610.