Civic Engagement & Gen Z: How to Meaningfully Engage Youth in Local Government
About the Webinar
How do local governments meaningfully engage the next generation of young leaders? Now more than ever, local governments are looking for creative ways to educate young people about civic issues and encourage them to be active and informed community members. From Youth Commissions to summer intensives, California’s local governments are utilizing a wide range of programming styles to support youth in their civic education pathways. Join our upcoming webinar to learn how local agencies are constructing and delivering youth development programs focusing on critical issues including sustainable transportation, housing, leadership, economic inequities, and more.
Yvette Flores, Program Coordinator, Madera Youth Commission, Youth Leadership Institute (YLI)
Rosie Ramos Gomez, External Relations Group Manager, Sacramento Area Council of Governments
Johnny Mendez, Program Manager, Madera Youth Commission, Youth Leadership Institute (YLI)
Hannah Moore, Youth Services Program Manager, Office of Homeless Care and Coordination, Alameda County
Katherine Tate, Sr. Human Resources Analyst, East Bay Municipal Utility District
Moderated by Taylor Buck, Program Manager, Institute for Local Government.
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