Youth Leadership Council

Largo youth leadership council at city commission meeting 2018Are you a teen and would like to make a difference in your community? The City of Largo Youth Leadership Council (LYLC)  provides high school students an opportunity to participate in leadership and community service to help make a difference in Largo. Council members also have the opportunity to earn community hours and be a part of upcoming city-wide projects such as neighborhood beautification, parent-teen relationship building and environmental awareness.

For more information about the Largo Youth Leadership Council, please contact the committee liaison at LYLC@largo.com. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month from 4-5:30pm at City Hall.

WHO CAN JOIN?

  • Current students in grades 9-12
  • Must be a City of Largo Resident
  • Have a 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Have a desire to learn about City government

HOW TO JOIN?

  • To apply, please complete an application
  • Qualified applications will be reviewed
  • City Commission will appoint the selected candidates
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