Surrey's Leadership Youth Council
Join a group of peers to develop leadership skills and create space for youth to get involved.
Surrey's Leadership Youth Council (SLYC) is made up of 15 youth from Surrey that meet every second Monday at 5pm at City Hall. We help create leadership opportunities for other youth in our city, and consult with various departments within the City of Surrey to be the representative "youth voice" when providing input for policy and planning.
How to join SLYC
Do you have thoughts, opinions and ideas about your community? Your first step to become a SLYC member is to sign up as a City of Surrey volunteer. Volunteer applications are accepted in March, August and December.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
- Create a BetterImpact account and upload two references.
- Submit a Police Information Check
- Begin volunteering!
Youth Speak Up Forum
SLYC is the main organizer behind the annual Youth Speak Up Forum. Designed to give youth a platform to voice their opinions and affect change in their community, the Youth Speak Up forum is a day of workshops and activities to discuss community topics that are important to you and your community.
The forum is designed with the hope to amplify youth voices and advocate for recommendations made within the City of Surrey.
Online Youth Night
SLYC led online youth nights for Surrey Youth that worked to cultivate leadership skills and a sense of community.
SLYC have participated in Mental Health workshops, gathered youth input at the Fusion Festival, hosted a booth at Surrey Steps Up, and more!
For more information, contact email@example.com and check for updates on the Surrey Youth Engagement page.