The RCMP wants to hear from youth – Apply to be a part of the National Youth Advisory Committee

B.C.

2020-07-09 09:58 PDT

Canadian residents ages 13 to 21 can now apply to become a part of the RCMP’s National Youth Advisory Committee (NYAC)! Applications must be received by September 11, 2020. Those who apply by July 31 will be a part of the first selection round and get a better chance of being selected.

Graphic card of RCMP National Youth Advisory Committee information.

This is an online opportunity for youth to connect, have their say and make a difference. NYAC members interact with participants from all over the country and discuss important issues they face in their respective communities. They share their thoughts about youth crime and victimization topics, and help shape RCMP programs and initiatives. NYAC members can also receive reference letters and volunteer hours.

"Many of us dream about leaving a positive mark in our society and making a difference in our community. The NYAC offers this amazing opportunity to work with the RCMP, improve the lives of young people and help minimize the issues they may face. This committee allows you to have your voice heard and feel like you are understood." - Caio, 18 (Vancouver)

Youth voices matter. For all the details regarding this opportunity, visit the RCMP website.

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National Youth Services
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
RCMP.Youth-Jeunesse.GRC@rcmp-grc.gc.ca 


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BC RCMP Communications
(778) 290-2929
 

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