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Building Political Effectiveness: Youth Government Education and Youth Engagement with County Boards 2 Building Political Effectiveness: Youth Government Education and Youth Engagement with County Boards 2 Presentation Transcript

  • Future Leaders Active in Government Youth Leadership Program Columbia County Presented by Karen Nelson/4-H & YD and Kathleen Haas/CNRED F.L.A.G.
  • Conceptual Mapping = What is Government
  • Virtual Tour: Learning about Columbia Co.
  • Colors: Blue, Green, Gold or Orange
  • Day with the Justice System : Justice committee, sheriff, D.A., Judges, & Clerk of Courts
  • A Day with Health & Human Services
  • A Day with Highway
  • A Day with UWEX LGC & Sherriff
  • Job Shadowing with County Dept. Sheriff Planning & Zoning MIS Land Information
  • Updates to the County Board
  • Celebrating…
  • Breakfast with the Supervisors
  • On the Floor …
  • F.L.A.G. Students 2009-2010 from Columbus, Lodi, Portage & WI Dells
  • Creating & Passing a F.L.A.G. Resolution
  • Youth’s Public Voice
  • Going to Madison to meet with Legislators, WCA & WI Eye
  • Creating a Press Release
  • Team Building
  • Opinion Line
  • Working on Capstone Projects
  • Capstone Project: PrimeTime with Local Officials Town of Lodi Chair Kim Lodi H.S. City of Lodi Alderman
  • Saluting FLAG: County Board's youth effort starts By Lyn Jerde, Portage Daily Register | Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:50 pm | “ Just above the word "government," Antonio Naxi drew a spider and spray can of pesticide. The drawings, said Antonio, symbolize one vital function of government - protection of people from anything that might harm or threaten them. For Antonio, a junior at Portage High School, the drawings were just the start of his yearlong journey into the depths of Columbia County government as part of a new program called Future Leaders Active in Government, or FLAG. FLAG began Wednesday with 12 juniors from three Columbia County high schools - Portage, Cambria-Friesland and Lodi - who spent most of the day discussing what government is and how it affects everyday life. To get the students thinking about this, UW-Extension Local Government Specialist Phillip Freeburg invited the students to ponder this question: If your neighbor's house catches fire, who would you call…” In the News…
  • Creating Networking Opportunities … + = + F.L.A.G. Communication, Now & in the Future