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Indigenous Advisory Council now accepting applications for youth member

Seeking Indigenous youth aged 18-29 for Position 4 The City of Seattle is now accepting applications for the youth position on the Indigenous Advisory Council, a nine-member commission representing the Seattle region’s Indigenous communities. The deadline to apply is Monday, June 26 at 5 p.m. Formed in 2022, the Indigenous Advisory Council is a culturally grounded… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Youth Commission and People’s Academy for Community Engagement team up to elevate the voice of Seattle’s youth

Seattle Youth Commission (SYC) coordinator Leslie Daniels and People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE) coordinator Hilary Nichols wanted to explore how they might elevate the voice of Seattle’s youth by connecting them with the hands-on engagement and leadership development that forms the backbone of the PACE curriculum. “We were missing… [ Keep reading ]

Youth Tell the City How to Spend $700,000 of Public Funds

Mayor Ed Murray has announced the project winners of Youth Voice, Youth Choice, the City’s new Participatory Budgeting (PB) initiative in which youth decide how to spend $700,000 of the City’s budget. More than 3,000 youth ages 11-25 voted on 19 project proposals in May. The seven winning projects are:… [ Keep reading ]

Youth Opportunity Summit Saturday, April 11

Mayor Murray is convening an all-day Youth Opportunity Summit, with a particular focus on improving outcomes for young men of color. This Summit is intended to launch a new conversation about how we can build on the good work of our community partners through better alignment of resources, better coordination… [ Keep reading ]

Squire Park P-Patch-Seeds of Jazz Public Art Fence Project

There is some new artwork on the corner of 14th Ave and Fir in the Squire Park Neighborhood!    Lead Artist Mary Cross, and teaching artists Brent McDonald and Mike Lawson worked with 24 Youth from Coyote Central’s Hit the Streets program to create and install smaller fence panels at the… [ Keep reading ]

Neighborhood Matching Fund supported project hosts Youth Summit

SUMMIT UP is an annual conference planned and produced by youth organizers with the purpose of helping young people realize their own power and use it to better their communities. Participation in SUMMIT UP is FREE!  The event will take place at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center & Delridge Community Center… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel features NMF-supported Hip Hop Conference

Click to view the Hip Hop Conference video.

Seattle Youth Commission Hosts Youth Town Hall May 22 at Seattle Center

Do you want to have your questions answered by Mayor McGinn or a City Council member? Do you want the opportunity to talk with experts about issues that you are passionate about, such as youth violence or the environment? If yes, then come to the Seattle Youth Town Hall on… [ Keep reading ]

NMF supported Art4Justice presents Youth Art 4 Climate Action May 15

Art4Justice will hold a free event at Seattle Center on May 15 to raise environmental awareness.  Click here to read the flyer.