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WELCOME PARENTS!. Agenda. 5:00p.m. Dinner 5:20p.m. YLC Prepares You for College, Work & Life! 5:50p.m. Introduce EEA Instructions for Focus Groups 6:00p.m. Room 101/103 – Adults Room 202 – YLC Room 109 – Smaller children

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5:00p.m. Dinner

5:20p.m. YLC Prepares You for College, Work & Life!

5:50p.m. Introduce EEA

Instructions for Focus Groups

6:00p.m. Room 101/103 – Adults

Room 202 – YLC

Room 109 – Smaller children

(Supervised play area)

Ylc prepares your student for college work life youth leadership council

YLC Prepares Your Student for College, Work & LifeYouthleadership council

What is ylc


  • 3 high school (ISD 622 & ISD 832)

  • Small group of students

  • Lead & guide the direction of after school & summer programs

  • Funded by Community Education & Educational Equity Alliance

Why ylc


Through enriching opportunities in leadership, service-learning, diversity and after school activities ….

We strive for youth to develop skills necessary to prepare them for college, work and life.

How does ylc help youth in developing these skills

How Does YLC Help Youth in Developing these skills?

Effective Oral & Written Communication

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving

Initiative & Self-Directed



Curiosity & Imagination

Accessing & Analyzing Data

Project s w a g s tudents w orking on the a chievement g ap

Project S.W.A.G.Students Working on the Achievement Gap

Elementary Outreach

A. Cross-Age Mentoring

B. After School SparksProgram

2. High School Outreach

A. Recruit as Mentors

B. Conduct Peer Workshops

C. College Access Opportunities

3. Staff & Community Awareness

A. Video

B. Lead Presentations & Workshops

Elementary outreach

Elementary Outreach

We have








High school outreach

High School Outreach

We have served 550 High School youth in:

College Access activities, Peer Workshops & Recruited as Mentors

Staff community awareness

Staff & Community Awareness

We have directly served close to 80 adults in our sparks time program & staff presentations

We have indirectly served over 2,000 staff & community members with our video

Where do they go after ylc

Where do they go after YLC?

Ylc alumni

YLC Alumni

“YLC helped me focus on what I want to do for people who are victims of violence and domestic abuse”

“YLC helped me be confident in myself and in my dreams of becoming a teacher”

“YLC trained me for group settings and taught me on the importance of community and building social and professional networks”

“YLC has made a positive impact on my life and really shaped who I am today”

Ylc recognitions

YLC Recognitions

  • Red Wagon Award by Lt. Governor of MN

  • Presented to three Nobel Peace Prize Laureates

  • Youth Board members of national organizations

  • Selected as a US Delegate for a Girls Empowerment Seminar in Brazil

Contact information


Angelica Torralba-Olague

ISD 622 Community Education




Focus Groups

Purpose: To collect qualitative data to measure success as a result of participating in YLC; as well as find ways to improve our program


Room 101 & 103 – Adults

Room 202 – YLC members

Room 109 – Other children

(Supervised play area)

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