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Selwyn Youth Applications 2021
Information about youth council membership and activities.
Application Form 2021
Complete and submit an online form to apply to be on the Youth Council.
Vision, Values, Mission
The kaupapa and goals of the youth council.
SYC Terms of Reference
Governing principles for youth council operations.
Youth Project Fund Policy
Funding guidelines for the Selwyn Youth Project Fund.
Passion Series Podcasts
Listen to inspiring young people talk about their passions and careers.
The SYC members provide a voice for the youth in their communities and deliver projects throughout the year aimed at strengthening the wellbeing of Selwyn young people. Members also assist in consultations and advise the Selwyn District Council on issues relating to youth, to increase understanding of young people's perspectives and needs.
Youth Council Members
Jonathan Schwass, Middleton Grange School
Ben Dodson, Lincoln University
Jeremy Reed, Lincoln High School
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Neaveh Maeder, Rolleston College
Erana Riddell, University of Canterbury
Ethan Richards-White, Rolleston College
Emma Johnson, Ellesmere College
Scarlet Shannon, Waitaha School
Inaki Cepeda, Ellesmere College
Issy Kennedy, Darfield High School
Laura Hann, Villa Maria
Taumutu Representative, TBC
The Selwyn Youth Council meet twice in each school term per year. Before each meeting a public forum time is available to allow anyone to present ideas or plans they have for the youth of Selwyn that the youth council could potentially support or assist with. If you or your group would like to book a time to present please contact us prior to a meeting via email at email@example.com
Public forums are available 5:30pm-6:00pm with youth council meetings held 6:00pm-8:00pm. Meetings for 2020 are on Wednesdays: 26 Feb, 14 Mar, 1 Apr, 13 May, 24 Jun, 5 Aug, 16 Sep, 28 Oct and 9 Dec.
Selwyn Youth Project Fund
The Selwyn Youth Council has established a discretionary fund called the Selwyn Youth Project Fund. It is managed by the youth council, and funding is to provide support for groups or individuals whose events or activities contribute to the strengthening of youth wellbeing in Selwyn.
At their monthly meeting, members of the youth council will assess the applications and distribute the funds as they see appropriate.
Please carefully read the Selwyn Youth Project Fund Policy and Guidelines before completing your application form. An accountability report template is also available to use to submit when funds received are used or within 12 months of receiving funding.
- Selwyn Youth Project Fund - Policy and Guidelines
- Selwyn Youth Project Fund - Application Form [PDF, 113 KB]
- Selwyn Youth Project Fund - Accountability Form [PDF, 118 KB]
For more information or any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org