City seeks residents to serve on Youth Development Grant Review Committee
ST. PETERSBURG – The City of St. Petersburg is seeking interested St. Pete residents to fill eight vacancies on the Youth Development Grant Review Committee. The city will be accepting resumes until 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12, and expects to have all appointments approved by the mayor.
The term of service will be for one year that ends in 2019. All appointees will be eligible to serve another one-year term. Please send a resume to the address listed below and include the number of your City Council District in the body of the document.
Resumes should be sent to:
Mayor Rick Kriseman
c/o Leah McRae, Esq.
RE: Youth Development Grant
P.O. Box 2842
St. Petersburg, FL 33731-2842
Successful applicants must attend a mandatory Review Committee orientation on Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m.
The youth program grants are the fourth component of the My Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper initiative that began in 2016. MBSK consists of the Not My Son campaign, the Cohort of Champions youth training initiative and the My Sister’s Keeper Just B U! Girls Conference.
“We continue to be focused on the youth of our city, particularly those at-risk,” said Mayor Rick Kriseman. “We want to not only help these young people develop marketable skills, but expand job training opportunities for them as well. We are working with community partners to build a qualified, prepared and ready workforce. That is good news for the young people of our city, and it is good news for our growing business community.”
For more information about the Youth Development Grant Committee, contact Leah McRae, Esq., Director of Education and Community Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.