BEAVERTON, Ore. – Youth in grades 8-12 are invited to embrace their future and learn more about different career paths at the annual Youth Summit on Friday, May 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Beaverton City Hall, 12725 SW Millikan Way. Experience an evening of learning as you hear from local businesses and community leaders and participate in workshops that will prepare you for great future careers.
Panelists include Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, Mayor Denny Doyle, Superintendent Don Grotting, and representatives from private businesses, the medical field, nonprofits and more.
Students have the option to attend a networking or interview workshop and have the opportunity to network with other youth organizations at the beginning of the summit.
RSVP by Thursday, May 4 at www.surveymonkey.com/r/MYAB17.
The Mayor’s Youth Advisory Board was established to provide a voice for youth in our community. Students are selected by the mayor to serve on the board. MYAB reports to the mayor and city council on issues of concern to youth. MYAB’s mission is to serve the common good of the community and provide a voice for youth in decisions and policies of the city. MYAB focuses on community service projects and promoting youth activism. For questions, contact mayormailboxmyab@BeavertonOregon.gov or 503-350-4083.
The city of Beaverton is home to more than 95,000 residents and is Oregon’s sixth largest city. We are a friendly, active, and responsible city well-known for our exceptional community services and amenities, helping Beaverton residents enjoy a high quality of life. Ranked in the top ten of Money magazine’s 50 Best Small Cities in America for 2016, Beaverton truly is “The Best of Oregon.”
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Caption: Youth are invited to attend MYAB’s annual Youth Summit: Embrace Your Future on Friday, May 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. Last year, more than 60 youth heard from two panels and attended interview and networking workshops and enjoyed food and prizes at the end of the night. Last year’s government panel (pictured) featured Oregon State Treasurer Tobias Read, Mayor Denny Doyle and Councilor Lacey Beaty. (Photo/City of Beaverton)