08 22 2014
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Healthy youth

Multnomah Youth Commission's Youth Against Violence Committee is looking for youth 13 to 21 who want to make a difference in their communities. Work with other young people to build policy solutions that help prevent violence. Youth Against Violence will organize the 3rd Rob Ingram Youth Summit Against Violence for March 2014.

The commission is looking for around 25 to 36 young people with interest and/or experience in:

Gang/Police violence;

School violence (includes bullying, anti-gay and gender violence and cyberbullying) and

Sexual/Dating violence

The groups will be made up of 8-12 young people. Call now to get involved at the start of the project. Meetings could start as early as Oct 28th.

Groups to meet every other week and weekly as they near the 3rd Annual Rob Ingram Youth Summit Against Violence in March.

Dinner and transit tickets will be provided every meeting. Call Marc Fernandes at 503.793.1691 or email him at marc.fernandes@multco.us

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