Youth CLT-Meck 101
Want to know how local government works? Find out where government gets its money, who makes decisions, where government happens, and how YOU make a difference? The best way is to see it in action!
Local Government in Action: Attend or watch a government meeting
Want to know when local governments meet, what happens, and how to attend or watch a meeting? Here's a list of resources, tips, and worksheets to make it fun, easy, and impactful! http://www.generationnation.org/index.php/learn/entry/see-local-government-in-action
Youth CLT-Meck 101 (Youth Civics 101)
Learn about City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Board of Education, Mecklenburg County Courts, District Attorney, Charlotte Observer, civic leadership and more - and make your voice heard on issues and policies impacting children and youth.
This program is great for 10th grade students in Civics & Economics class as well as all teens with an interest in government, law, civics and/or public service. Community service hours are available for completion of the course and providing feedback.
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Youth CLT-Meck 101 Introduction
See local government in action. Find out how local officials make decisions that impact us every day! Youth CLT-Meck 101 is great for:
- High school students who want to visit a local government meeting for personal knowledge or school extra credit
- Scouts and youth groups wanting to learn more about citizenship and civic life
- Students age 10 and up with their parents, together enjoying a visit to learn about local government
This opportunity is geared toward students, families and/or groups beginning to learn about civics and CLT-Meck or making a one-time visit to a local government meeting.
Contact us for details and scheduling information.