Mayor's Youth Committee

The Mayor's Youth Committee is a select group of juniors and seniors from high schools throughout Mesa. Each year, school principals and counselors choose students through a competitive process to represent their school on the committee.

MYC is a year-long program where students interact with the Mayor, City Council and City staff on a regular basis to learn the ins and outs of city government. MYC members attend monthly meetings, participate in community service opportunities and events, tour city departments and projects, and research current city issues. MYC members complete the Mayor's Assignment, a capstone project designed to encourage youth engagement in civic processes.

 

Students who successfully complete the requirements of the MYC program participate in a special graduation ceremony in the spring with the Mayor and their friends and family in attendance.  

For more information about the Mayor's Youth Committee or to find out how your school can participate, contact Kathy Macdonald, Chief of Staff, at kathy.macdonald@mesaaz.gov or call 480.644.3002.
  

Resources for current students
 
Statement
Meeting Schedule
Officer Duties
Graduation Requirements
Mayor's Assignment
Volunteer Liability Waiver
Pizza Town Hall flyer

 

Congratulations 2014 Graduates:

2014 Graduation Photos
2014 Graduation News Release
Photo slideshow

 

MYC Graduation group photo
Devon Beckwith*
Naomi Chien*
Amanda Coria*
Luis Coronado Jaimes*
Ryan Gurr*
Eric Heirshberg*
Cody Holt*
Grant Laufer*
Tory Luttermoser*
Ashlee O'Crowley*
Jacob Ormiston*
Rajan Patel*
Sterling Pendleton
Alex Petty
Brittany Poserina*
Erica Preblich
Brenda Roca*
Juan Sanchez*
Alyssa Santos*
Simol Shah*
Joshua St. Germain*
Abe Torres*
Terry Wen
Jaylia Yan*

*  Graduating with Honors

 

 

 

Mayor's Youth Committee

 
Office of the Mayor
City of Mesa
PO Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211

480-644-2388

E-mail Mayor

Mayor's staff:

Melissa Randazzo
Public Information
480-644-3219

Misty Wells
Executive Assistant to the Mayor
480-644-2396

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