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Youth Leadership Council Application

City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

The Youth Leadership Council is an advisory board made up of 10 high school age teens that live in Lake Oswego and want to serve and engage in their community. This is your chance to exchange your ideas and opinions with your peers and determine what is best for the City of Lake Oswego from your perspective.

As a Youth Leadership Councilor, you will be working on exciting community projects that you create, shadow City Councilors at events, and sponsor other City events. The Youth Leadership Council is new and developing, and this is your opportunity to be shape the future of LO for youth. City Council and staff will also provide guidance, mentorship, and assistance. Currently, the liaisons to the YLC are Jenny Slepian and Councilor Joe Buck.

When applying, keep in mind that Youth Leadership Council requires you to spend 5-10 hours a month on meetings and other activities. Some events are mandatory, and you may only miss 2 meetings per year. The Council meets monthly, from 5-7pm on Wednesday nights. Every other meeting is in Council Chambers. This is the perfect opportunity for a high school student looking to put their energy and passion into a primary extracurricular activity!

When completing, as with any public document, please keep in mind that all information provided on this application is subject to disclosure in accordance with Oregon Public Records Law. We look forward to reading your application! Council appointments will be made by the Youth Leadership Council.

This year we will be filling 2 full member positions, and one alternate position for two year terms (incoming seniors will serve one year). The deadline for this application is May 31, 2017.