YOUTH LEADERSHIP LONG BEACH
Youth Leadership Long Beach is a unique opportunity for 30+ high school students to join with emerging youth leaders from Long Beach to experience an environmentally focused community leadership program.
With the generous support from foundations, individuals, organizations, and community members, our middle and high school programs have always been free for all participant
We are not currently accepting applications, however, click the button below to get notified when the application becomes available. Thank you for your interest in our YLLB program for high school students. In the meantime, click the program info button for a downloadable flyer that contains information about our program.
Eligibility: 9-12th graders who live or go to school in the Long Beach Unified School District.
Interested to learn more about the program? Click the program info button for a downloadable flyer.
YOUNG ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS
Do you know a middle schooler who is passionate about saving the planet? Leadership Long Beach is thrilled to open applications for our Young Environmental Leaders workshop series for summer 2022! This program will engage students by exploring elements of environmental leadership and learning what they can do to advocate for a sustainable future!
John Apostle & Helen Apostle Foundation
Bess J Hodges Foundation
Develop and inspire youth who will take on leadership roles in their schools and their communities to help create positive change in Long Beach
Create a foundation of leadership based on a set of principles such as integrity, respect, courage, commitment, teamwork and service
Connect youth to community organizations and a diverse group of city leaders who are working together to improve our community
Empower youth to serve as community trustees by educating and inspiring them about issues important to the future and sustainability of Long Beach
The Youth Leadership Long Beach motto is “discover the leader within.” The youth are challenged to step out of their comfort zones to grow, embrace the diversity of their community, and to create friendships and connections outside their regular school and family circles. The goal is to empower students to build an awareness of the community in which they live, connect them with their youth peers from across the city and be inspired to work together to make Long Beach better.
Jane Acuff, Poly High School Ariana Badgett, iLead Hybrid Chloe Bricker, Poly High School Kourtney Brown, Poly High School Summer Campos, McBride High School Ashley Celada, Millikan High School Metztli Cervantes, McBride High School Sion Charles, Wilson High School Dylan Choppin, Wilson High School Itzel Corrales, CA Academy of Math & Science Joshua De Leon, St. Anthony High School Madelyn Diaz, Wilson High School Kaisa Faleono, Jordan High School Trisha Ferrer, St. Anthony High School Corrinne Hoban, Millikan High School Jeremy Jackson, CA Academy of Math & Science
Janet Lim, St. Anthony High School Alexander Lopez, St. Anthony High School Leila Martinez, Lakewood High School Jennifer Morales, Lakewood High School Amier Morris, McBride High School Bailey Nantais, Wilson High School Lauren Phillips, Millikan High School Bianca Porciuncula, St. Anthony High School Sydney Powell, Millikan High School Mia Rivera, Millikan High School Jakarta Robinson, Poly High School Madeline Salvador, St. Pius X St. Matthias School Gabriel Sanders, Wilson High School Hamid Torabzadeh, Poly High School Satyamuny Weir, Wilson High School