Council Supports Youth Forum to Empower Future Generations
to provide the tools and skills young people need as they work to curb violence
happening in Columbus neighborhoods, President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano and Councilmember Jaiza Page will inject truth to power and
speak at the 3rd Annual “Think Make Live Youth” Summit.
Milo-Grogan Community Rec Center, 862 East 2nd Ave. will host the event on
Saturday, August 25, 11am-4pm.
Make Live Youth is a community nonprofit organization. Its mission is to
provide innovative leadership and civic engagement to support opportunity
youth. The theme of this year's summit is “Empowering Emerging Young
Leaders and Creating Solutions to Stop the Violence in Our Communities.”
is a great opportunity for young people to discuss and develop solutions to the
issues they are facing,” said Stinziano. “I am grateful to be a part of this
summit, which empowers youth to be the driving force behind positive change.”
opening session, hosted by young community leaders, includes special guest
speakers and performances. All youth will then participate in two workshops on
empowerment, and the adults will engage in a community session with a diverse
panel of experts.
are working to support Columbus’ future leaders,” said Page. “I am excited to
be a part of this event, which is helping foster creative problem solving
skills and open dialogue at an early age.”
the summit, vendor tables with educational resources and employment
opportunities will be available.
more information visit: bit.ly/3rdYouthSummit