SOUTH JORDAN — The South Jordan Youth Council is inviting students to apply for the opportunity to be a council member.
Applications are available online at www.sjc.utah.gov/youthcouncil.asp#app. Applications must be submitted by May 10, and applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Applicants must be South Jordan residents entering ninth through 12th grades and be interested in learning how government works, and willing to plan and give community service. Council members are expected to commit to six to seven hours per month for youth council meetings and service projects.
Youth Council meets twice a month. Meetings are from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays at the Community Center, 10788 S. 1700 West. Youth Council members also participate in monthly service opportunities. Youth Council also assists with city-sponsored activities such as Country Fest, health and safety fair, Christmas activities, races, Fall Festival, Daddy-daughter Date, and annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Questions can be directed to Sheila Angerhofer, 801-253-2524 or email@example.com.
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