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Civic Youth: Free summer program at City Hall

Are you between the age of 14 and 24 and want to make a positive difference and empower your community? Look no further!  The City of Los Angeles Department of Neighborhood Empowerment is excited to offer a leadership program designed for youth and young adults aged 14-24. Civic Youth Leadership Academy is a program designed…
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Lily Larsen

June 14, 2018

Are you between the age of 14 and 24 and want to make a positive difference and empower your community?

Look no further! 

The City of Los Angeles Department of Neighborhood Empowerment is excited to offer a leadership program designed for youth and young adults aged 14-24.

Civic Youth Leadership Academy is a program designed to educate, engage, and empower young people to take active roles in your communities and speak up on issues that matter to you.

As a civic leader, you will be prepared to actively participate in your Neighborhood Councils and the greater Los Angeles community with other like-minded young people from across the city.

Please email civicyouth@empowerla.org with any questions.

 

You’ll gain critical skills in:

  • Participating in local government
  • Engaging with your Neighborhood Council
  • Effective outreach and community organizing

 

What?

A Leadership Training program that will prepare youth

to be effective leaders in their community and

Neighborhood Council.

 

Who?

Youth and young adults aged 14-24 who are active

in their Neighborhood Councils and communities,

or who would like to be!

 

When?

Summer 2018, 9:30 a.m. – noon:

June 18 and 25

July 16, 23, and 30

August 6

 

Where?

Civic Youth will take place at City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. Transportation from South LA will be made available.

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