Are you a high school student in Westchester who cares about the problems in society and is into social justice, advocacy and activism? Are you leader? Want to become one?
Do you just want to make the world a little better?
Then join us at the upcoming Westchester County Youth Councils’ 2018 Youth Action Training!
When: Saturday, April 14th, 2018, 9-5pm
Where: White Plains library in White Plains, Rooms A, B and the Gallery
Who: Any high school student in Westchester– we welcome kids from all communities, backgrounds, political affiliations, etc.
Why: To be a part of learning/teaching about a variety of issues affecting youth (and what we can do about them) at this unique, youth-led conference. Get 8 hours of community service while meeting kids from all over Westchester. Attend workshops on student movements, getting involved in local government, public speaking, immigration myths and facts, extremist groups, toxic masculinity!
Totally free, as always. Meals provided. Transportation from Yonkers, Mt Vernon, Peekskill/Ossining– or just ask! If you want to be here, we want you here!
You can apply online HERE!