Seattle Youth Commission — youth community meeting
The Seattle Youth Commission is a group of 22 Seattleites aged 13-19 from all over the city who are appointed by the Mayor and City Council to connect youth to their elected officials.
They do this in three main ways:
- Hosting Youth Community Meetings throughout the city to hear directly from young people.
- Using input from the forums to advise and influence the Mayor and City Council.
- Hosting the annual Youth Town Hall, which gives all of Seattle's youth the opportunity to talk directly to their Mayor and City Councilmembers.
There's a Youth Community Meeting coming up at Rainier Community Center from 4-6 pm on Tuesday, November 9th; it'll be a great chance for local teenagers to come out and talk to the Youth Commissioners and let them know what your most important issues are.
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