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Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council Program (MYLC) is Accepting Applications

Coro New York Leadership Center is recruiting for its 3rd cohort of the Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council Program (MYLC). The MYLC, in partnership with City Hall and the Department of Education, will develop the leadership skills of a diverse group of New York City public high school students to serve as an advisory resource to decision makers at City Hall and in the words of Mayor Bloomberg, “help bring a critical voice to our Administration’s policy making process.”

Coro is now accepting applications from rising 10th or 11th grade students that have demonstrated:

· commitment to their community

· leadership experience

· good academic standing

· interest in exploring social issues and city governance

Nominated students should be directed to www.coronewyork.org to apply online and learn more about the program. All applicants must have a written recommendation from a nominator and the endorsement of their school principal. (Principals may not endorse more than two applicants per school). Because of the rigorous nature of the MYLC schedule, Coro asks that nominators choose students that are able to commit to all of the program dates. Applications and letters of recommendations are due on May 17th.  Feel free to contact José Dobles, Program Director, at 212-258-2935 ext. 323 or via email at jdobles@coronewyork.org with any questions regarding the Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council.

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