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NYC Service – NYC Youth Leadership Councils Host Site Application

NYC Youth Leadership councilsYouth Leadership Councils (YLCs) was established through an effort by NYC Service to develop future leaders and create a culture of youth voice in our city. YLCs are groups of trained young people between ages 14-21 and in high school, who work with adult leaders on a defined area of policy, practices, and/or advocacy service to impact individuals and communities with a focus on youth. Learn more here.

Hosts: City Agencies and Community Based organizations host YLCs across the 5 boroughs, focusing on communities ranging from a specific neighborhood to the whole city. Are you a CBO, City Agency or School interested in hosting a YLC? Apply here to host a YLC this year. YLC sites receive a variety of supports through NYC Service, including training and resources.

Contact: If you have any questions, you may contact:

Roselande Louis, Youth Leadership Council Coordinator-Community Based Organization Liaison (e) or

Kayla Vialva, Youth Leadership Council Coordinator-School and City Agency Liaison (e) KVialva

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