Georgetown Youth Advisory Board
The Georgetown Youth Advisory Board (GYAB) is a city board whose members are appointed by the Georgetown City Council and Mayor. The GYAB advises the City Council on youth issues and serves as a means for youth in Georgetown to become active leaders in their community. Serving on the GYAB gives youth the opportunity to have an official voice in shaping the quality of life in Georgetown.
The GYAB is made up of nine members from the 8th–12th grade. The requirements to serve on the Board are: any youth currently in eighth through twelfth grade who is attending a public school, charter school, private school, or home school and lives within the Georgetown ISD boundaries. Each appointed member will serve two years on the board with the exception of appointed seniors.
For more information about the Georgetown Youth Advisory Board, please contact Arica Kolb, Youth Program Coordinator and Staff Liaison for the GYAB at 512-931-2744 or email@example.com.
- February 11 – February 17, 2018: Random Acts of Kindness Week
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- March 22, 2018: World Water Day
- March 19-23, 2018: National Youth Violence Prevention Week
Snapshot of Georgetown Children and Youth
The Snapshot – A collective impact project of The Georgetown Project Collaborative for Children & Youth, spotlighting point-in-time data around key indicators of youth well-being and the organization filling the gaps for youth and families in our community.