Join the El Paso Youth Council Today!
The City of El Paso is seeking teens in grades 10-12 to serve on the El Paso Youth Council (EPYC pronounced "epic"). What is EPYC? It is a group of young people from diverse backgrounds who will work together, with the support and mentorship of El Paso's municipal leaders, to serve the community and give civic leaders insight on issues affecting youth. Becoming a member of EPYC will allow students to improve their collegiate applications or resumes, get to know the Mayor and City Council, develop life and leadership skills and much more. Membership is open to all students who live in the El Paso City limits, maintain a "C" average or better and are interested in representing their peers and becoming El Paso's future leaders. The El Paso Youth Council is a new initiative of the City of El Paso designed to get young people more involved in City Government. There will be 2 members appointed by each District, 2 by the Mayor's Office and 2 from the library's teen hangout program. There will also be several at-large selections. Applications and additional information are available by calling 543-5495.
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