Youth Movement

Nashville launches initiative focused on exposing students to government

A new program in Nashville is focused on exposing high school students to the operations of local government.

Nashville’s first Youth in Local Government day is April 2nd.

The program will offer 61 students from Antioch High School, McGavock High School, Pearl-Cohn High School, The Mayor’s Youth Council, and NCYC Ambassadors, the opportunity to experience local government in action. Students have been researching critical topics in their neighborhoods and will present them on April 2nd to members of the Metro Council.

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