Commissioners are ages 14-24 and attend and live in the Sacramento City Limits. Commissioners provide recommendations and advice to the city council, the youth development policy manager, and the Youth, Parks, and Community Enrichment Department on policies, projects, programs, and other matters pertaining to youth. Please see website for information on becoming a commissioner. Follow the SYC Instagram page @SYCYouthCom.
The S@CH program is a six-week summer learning experience that provides students the opportunity to learn local government processes and how to become an active member of their community. Students are supported throughout the program by credentialed teachers that deliver a curriculum focusing on civic engagement, governmental structure and youth development. This program is an exciting way to learn how to find your inner voice and bring a youth perspective to real city issues and concerns.
Whether you have just a moment to spare or can make a long-term commitment, there are multiple ways you can support a complete and accurate 2020 Census - starting today.
A non-profit civic education organization focusing on engaging youth by sparking their interest with exposure to real excitement of the democratic process, sustaining it with active, hands-on programs on topics that are meaningful to young people.
The youth steering committee makes recommendations to South Sacramento HUB on issues relevant to youth and help bring change to the South Sacramento Community.
See robust list of youth volunteer opportunities from Front Street Animal Shelter, Fairytale Town, and Sacramento Zoo.
A comprehensive directory of nonprofit organizations and government agencies that welcome youth as volunteers.
Directory of local COVID-19 response volunteer opportunities.
Website dedicated to help individuals respond to COVID-19.
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Youth Providers submit a Resource.