RE: Teen Advisory Committee (TAC)

Dear Marlboro Township Resident:

If you are a parent/guardian of a daughter or son of a Township teen between the ages of 12-18, then I strongly recommend that you encourage them to join the Marlboro Township Teen Advisory Committee (TAC). After a break due to COVID, we are looking forward to getting back to our mission to “DO GOOD!" in our community.

TAC currently has over 1900 registered members who give back and earn community service credits that enhance their college applications, satisfy honor society requirements, and support scholarships applications, among other things.  TAC is a dedicated group of teens who are developing valuable leadership skills and are committed to community service. TAC facilitates the development of future leaders and teaches that community service is not optional, but rather a necessary and integral component of being a leader in life.

In 2008, TAC was granted official township-committee status by the Marlboro Township Council and each TAC member is thus a part of our local government!  With this, TAC members have a governmental voice and each of them is taught and encouraged to use it in furtherance of TAC's mission and goals, and to make Marlboro a better place to live, play, raise a family, and work.

In 2015, TAC was recognized by the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, as a Top 25 program in its Innovations in American Government Awards Competition.

To register for TAC and to receive notifications for community service opportunities, please follow this link:

For more information about TAC, please click here:

Mayor Jon Hornik