The Texas Municipal League and Youth Programs
The formation of youth advisory commissions (YAC) in cities across the state is a priority of the TML Board of Directors. In 2003, then-TML President Jackie Levingston championed the issue, and today dozens of Texas cities have programs that involve youth. This initiative provides cities with energetic volunteers for civic projects, gives city leaders a fresh perspective on issues challenging our cities, and creates a sense of accomplishment for youth.
The 16th Annual Texas Youth Advisory Commission Summit was held February 20 – 21, 2016 in Pearland. The 17th Annual Texas Youth Advisory Commission Summit will be held in Abilene in 2017.
When you register for YouthNet, you are connecting to a community of city officials that are engaging their city’s most critical resource—youth. Join YouthNet today to collaborate on youth-focused city initiatives, projects, and issues.
YouthNet is intended to facilitate the direct exchange of information between member cities. More than an ordinary listserv, YouthNet is a web-based communication system that allows you to ask questions, respond to inquiries, post documents, and search archived discussion threads. YouthNet isa complimentary service open to all TML member city officials.
For questions or assistance in signing up, please contact TML staff at 512-231-7400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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City Youth Programs in Texas
Contact: Chris Glover
Contact: Diana Nunez
Contact: Kimberly Cheek
Contact: Carol Everhart
Contact: Dorothy White
- Youth Council Application Packet
- Youth Council Bylaws
- Youth Council Mission and Purpose Statement
- Youth Council Website
Contact: Katie Sofranko
Contact: Yolanda Alvarado
Contact: Roxanne Flores
Contact: Terri Cardwell
Contact: Kristy Cole
Contact: Marissa Bazan