Make your voice heard! Join the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) National Environmental Youth Advisory Council, a committee by the youth and for the youth. Applications are now open for EPA’s new National Environmental Youth Advisory Council, a space for young people to provide a critical perspective on how climate change and other environmental harms impact their communities. 🌎 EPA is searching for 16 young changemakers who are interested in providing independent advice and recommendations on a variety of environmental issues. 🔎
☑️Between the ages of 16-29?
☑️Passionate about environmental issues?
☑️Interested in leading the climate movement?
We need you to apply for EPA’s National Environmental Youth Advisory Council!
If this sounds like you, apply on the National Environmental Youth Advisory Council web page by August 22, 2023 to become a leader of the climate movement and impact environmental change.
On August 7, 2023 at 9:00am - 10:00am PDT the Office of Public Engagement and Environmental Education will host a live, public, virtual one-hour webinar to share details about the new National Environmental Youth Advisory Council, the application process, and give applicants a chance to ask questions. Advance registration is required.
“We can’t tackle the environmental challenges of our time without input from our younger communities. This committee helps ensure that their voices and perspectives are included and valued as we continue the critical work of ensuring everyone in this country has access to clean air, safe water and healthy land, now and for generations to come.” –EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan
Albuquerque, NM 87104
8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. MST, Monday–Friday.