Developing a new generation of civic leaders.

Through GenerationNation, students learn first-hand how their governments and communities work; understand important civic issues and differing points of view; know how to find and use good sources of news and information; build social capital and experience for civic problem-solving and leadership; and, join a diverse network of civic leaders who are working to transform their schools, neighborhoods, and city for the better…now and for the future.

Remember, in North Carolina if you aren’t registered to vote yet you need to early vote to register and participate. You are not able to register and vote on Election Day. If you 17 but will be 18 by November 3 YOU CAN vote in next Tuesday’s primary. #GOTV

#Charlotte student civic leaders Ian, Kush, Emma-Katherine, @mylifeakendal21 @gabrielschuhl excited to head to DC soon to collaborate with youth and public officials - and hear from @SpeakerRyan @SpeakerPelosi at @leagueofcities #NLCCCC #LeadingTogether

Students- ever think about emailing a former teacher to tell them about some goods news or accomplishment, but worry that we 1) won't remember you or 2) won't care?
Don't. We DO remember you and we LOVE to hear about the great things happening in your life. It makes our day.

Be a civic leader! Join Charlotte-Meck Youth Council, the official student advisory council for @charmeckschools @cltgov @mecklenburgcounty.
Be a voice for youth and transform your school and city! Sign up: https://t.co/zb5R6zKHn5.
CMYC is a @GenNation program. #cltmeckyouth

Get ready to learn, think, decide, and vote! K-12 students, make your voices heard in the presidential primary Feb 25-March 3. More info, teaching materials and more at https://t.co/50wVqM15OD #GNivoted #election2020 #civicliteracy #studentvoice #sschat #kidsvote #kidsvoting

Some perspective: if you combine Mecklenburg County, NC and Wake County, NC you have roughly 100 more voting precincts and 1 million more people than you do in all of New Hampshire. #fitn

DEADLINE EXTENDED! If you're a college student who's interested in learning more about the nonprofit sector, this is a great opportunity to apply for a PAID summer internship with a NC nonprofit! Check eligibility and apply by February 17 at noon! https://t.co/fHTwfLVLIn #ZSRNPIP

Student civic leaders share ideas and experiences to make @charmeckschools policy and decision-making stronger. High school student leaders met to provide important feedback that will be used to create the next CMS budget. #cltmeckyouth #studentvoice #actioncivics #civxnow

There were 93 questions asked Wednesday and 87 questions asked Thursday.

TOTAL: 180

Looking for just one? Use C-SPAN's 'Points of Interest' to jump directly to a question. https://t.co/tISpmPDoha

Charlotteans of Twitter: I'm working on a story about the quietest areas of Mecklenburg County. Do you know of a place I should check out? Requirements: it must be outdoors (not inside), and somewhere I can visit w/o getting in trouble. Drop me a DM or email! ndelacanal@wfae.org

Calling city of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County high school juniors and seniors! The @BankofAmerica Student Leaders application deadline is Friday, January 31, 2020. Be the generation to serve, inspire and change Charlotte - and the world! Visit https://t.co/OXLuvSKB4a

Calling all first-time voters: check out the @mediawise Voter Project to be prepared and better informed before you vote in the 2020 election. @Poynter https://t.co/Jo7iGRYDik

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