Governor’s office accepting applications for 2017-2018 Youth Leadership Council

The Governor’s Office of Community Service is currently accepting applications to serve on the 2017 – 2018 Governor and First Lady Youth Leadership Council, the office announced today.
Committed to addressing childhood hunger in Montana, the Council will consist of 7th – 12th graders from across the state. Last year, the Council engaged 19 students from 13 different communities in service, including tribal and rural communities.
“The Governor and First Lady Youth Leadership Council is an amazing opportunity for students to fight childhood hunger and serve their community,” First Lady Lisa Bullock said. “Ending childhood hunger is a goal we all share, and the work accomplished by the Council brings us closer to achieving that goal.”
Students selected to serve on the Council will lead projects to build awareness, raise money and feed kids across Montana. Efforts culminate during End Childhood Hunger Week, April 16 – 22, 2018, when Council members execute projects in their schools and communities.
Past projects include food donation drives, classes on healthful and simple meals, community fundraisers, school pantries and the MontanaEats app.
For more information and to apply, prospective members can visit http://www.fightchildhoodhunger.com/. Applications are due Oct. 13. Space is limited, and preference is given to early submissions.
The Governor’s Office of Community Service expands and promotes national service and volunteerism in Montana and engages citizens in service and emergency preparedness. For more information please visit serve.mt.gov.

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