Gabby Alvarez of Spokane became the first Youth Governor ever to address the Washington State Senate. Alvarez was elected as the Youth Governor for the 2019 Youth and Government program.
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Louise Deser Siskel, a current delegate of the South Pasadena San Marino delegation for California Youth and Government, was recently crowned as the Rose Queen of the 101st Tournament of Roses.
In the 2016 election, 15 million people were registered but didn’t vote due to lack of transportation. This year, Lyft will give you a discounted ride! Click read more to get your Election Day discount code.
The YMCA of Greater Brandywine, an association of eight YMCAs across Chester County, is expanding its YMCA Youth and Government program for young people in grades 7-12.
Throughout February, join YMCA Youth and Government and 22×20 in hosting your own State of the Union Action Party for your delegation, school, or YMCA. Click below to register your party.
On November 6th, Americans across the country will head to the polls. This year, the YMCA and Youth and Government want to help ensure that as many students turn out to vote as possible.
This November, we’re looking to set a record for turnout by young voters in a midterm election. Let us know you are committed to voting by signing our YMCA Pledge to Vote, then head to the polls on Nov. 6!
At the conference in Olympia, teens from all over Washington form a full youth government: governor, senators, representatives, pages, press corps, lobbyists — any role is open.