05 24 2016
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The City of Beaverton's Mayor's Youth Advisory Board seeks applicants for the 2014-2015 school year. All Beaverton-area students who are currently in grades eight through eleven are welcome to apply. MYAB promotes youth activism and involvement in the community. All applications are due on April 7. 

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 also focuses on community service projects promoting civic involvement.
The committee consists of 30 members from Beaverton-area high schools who are selected by the Mayor to serve on the advisory board for a two-year term through an open application process.
To fill out an application, please visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov/MYAB. To learn more about MYAB, please contact Kate Taylor, staff liaison, at MailboxMayorMYAB@BeavertonOregon.gov or 503-526-2227.

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