Young Women’s Issues Forum An African American Perspective. For: Young women ages 12-18. Held at Minneapolis Community and Technical College on Saturday, April 29. Check in starts at 8am, and program starts at 9am and ends at 3pm. Register before April 23, if can. WHAT: Informative career booths + preview “A Day in the Life of” different professions, including Attorney, Judge, Law Enforcement, Healthcare, Education, Finance, plus Science, Technology and Engineering + Advocacy through Art. Presented by MSP Chapter of The Links, Inc. Visit CCC for flyer and visit here to REGSITER à https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-young-womens-issues-forum-leading-your-way-and-championing-change-tickets-21408152360 ?s - call 763-772-5319

    City of Saint Paul Youth Commission – Current Gr. 8-11. Help make Saint Paul a better place for youth! Lead community action projects. Meets 6-10 hours every month. 2-day Orientation = August ? & ? For 22 young leaders from neighborhoods around Saint Paul. Meets every Monday night. Must apply and then be interviewed. Need: Letter of Intent, Letter of Recommendation. carlo.franco@ci.stpaul.mn.us
    Ph: 612-500-6405. Get an unlimited bus pass to get to & from meetings, held at Central Library in Downtown, Saint Paul. To apply for 2017-2018, visit www.stpaul.gov/youthcommission Due: June 1.


    SPPS Student Engagement and Advancement Board (SEAB) FOR Current 9th-11th Gr. Volunteer 2017-2018. Let your voice be heard. Anyone with ideas for how SPPS can better achieve its mission of providing a premiere education for everyone. Apply online https://www.spps.org/seab by June 15.