The Youth Target Foundation maintains many social media profiles, (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, etc.) all of which are an extension of our core values. Considering the family nature of our content, we have guidelines in place to highlight appropriate interaction with the Youth Target Foundation online.
Our Social Media team works diligently to post accurate, timely, relevant content. We respond to feedback with respect and courtesy, and request our friends and fans do the same.
We encourage our community to share content, photos, and stories of their Youth Target Foundation experiences. We assume that anyone sharing this user generated content has the right to do so and has permission of the photographed individuals. Please do not post photos you do not have permission to post, including photos of children without the permission of a parent or guardian.
We reserve the right to remove comments that are inappropriate due to foul language, attacks on a person or group, unsupported accusations, or spam that explicitly promotes a product or service on any YTF site or social media. If contact information is available, we will notify comment authors personally of their comment removal. We reserve the right to ban repeat offenders.
As an athlete and member of Youth Target Foundation, all content on your personal social media should reflect the Youth Target Foundation Student Code of Conduct that all athletes sign when they enroll with YTF. If you would like more information regarding the Student Code of Conduct, please see our website.
Consequences remain the same for in or out-of-season participation, and a penalty may carry over from season to season and/or year to year. Rule enforcement will be consistent and immediate. The Youth Target Foundation and/or its coaches may implement rules that are more restrictive than those described herein or in the Handbook.