Youth Voice

The SCSCP is looking for Young African American Males grades 9th-11th in SCCSD to participate in an ongoing project. The youth voice is essential to changing the narrative for YMBOC. This component of the project is a groundbreaking youth development and community transformation initiative, which amplifies the voice of YMBOC. It’s time for young men’s voices to be heard, and for their voices and wisdom to set the course for the transformation of the Sunflower County community. Be part of this initiative that encourages the youth voice of Sunflower County. The project will involve recording and archiving audio and video footage, conducting interviews, producing and presenting at community events, contributing to decisions and planning for your community, in addition to also gaining research communication public speaking and career skills practice mindfulness and leadership skills. All participants will receive quarterly stipends. Young Men interested in the program can submit an application to the Mississippi Center for Justice by May 31st. Applications can be found at the Mississippi Center for Justice at 114 Court Ave, Indianola, MS or you can download the application here. SCSCP Youth Application

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