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Minneapolis Youth Congress EXTENDED 2015/16 Application Deadline

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"No Decision About Us, Without Us" ™

 

MYC has extended its application deadline to September 30th, 2016!


The Minneapolis Youth Congress is a representative body of youth that has authentic power and influence in decisions and policies relevant to youth. The Minneapolis Youth Congress works in collaboration with elected officials focusing on a common understanding of the welfare of the youth in the City of Minneapolis.

The Minneapolis Youth Congress Advises

•    City of Minneapolis
•    Minneapolis Public Schools
•    Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
•    Hennepin County
•    The Minneapolis Libraries in the Hennepin County Library System
•    Minneapolis Police Department
•    Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board

Membership and Structure

•    50-60 members 
•    8th - 12th grade
•    1 year - 2 year term
•    Full congress meets six times a year
•    Committees meet twice a month
•    Congress housed in the Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board

 

Download 2016-2017 MYC Application Here
Files:
Date 2016-09-26
File Size 230.29 KB
Download 13

 

How to Apply:

If you are interested or a young person you know is interested in applying to be a member of the Minneapolis Youth Congress, please complete an application and return it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to 612.673.2346 (attn: MYC).
Deadline is Friday, September 30th, 2016!


Questions:

For all other questions regarding the Minneapolis Youth Congress, please call 612.673.2060.

 

MYC History:

The Minneapolis Youth Congress (MYC) members met for the first time on October 25, 2007 at the Minneapolis Central Library. They were collectively presented with brown MYC t-shirts with the No Decision About Us, Without Us! theme on each of their backs.  The youth were joined by elected officials from the Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board endorsing this great movement for the City of Minneapolis in youth leadership, voice and power. 

Elected officials addressing the youth included Hennepin County Commissioner Gail Dorfman, Mayor RT Rybak, Minneapolis City Council Member Elizabeth Glidden and Minneapolis School Board Director Peggy Flanagan.  

 

Please Visit The Minneapolis Youth Congress and Youth Coordinating Board - www.ycb.org/myc