The Kansas Volunteer Commission is hosting a civic engagement training opportunity.
Kansas school districts and systems are invited to join the Kansas Volunteer Commission for a civic engagement webinar from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, June 16.
This monthly webinar will highlight free national resources available around youth leadership, service and engagement.
The commission also provided details about a youth leadership opportunity.
The 2023 Youth Summit: Empowering Sustainable Change Through Youth Leadership is a free virtual leadership experience from June 23-24.
Participants will hear from national service leaders, nonprofit organizations and other young people who are using service-learning to generate positive change in their communities.
The event is geared toward youth only. Students who are 14-18 years old are invited to join the National Youth Leadership for a free, two-day virtual leadership experience.
The Youth Leadership Summit will highlight youth-adult partnerships working in communities to ignite change, inspire youth to pursue passion projects and change, encourage youth to be outspoken and create action-oriented solutions.
Learn more and register at https://nylc.org/youth-summit/.
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