The Sandy Youth City Council is a group of high school students throughout Sandy that participates in political, social and humanitarian activities. Their goal is to serve the community as well as learn about government and have fun doing it.
The youth council meets every other Tuesday throughout the school year. During these times, members engage in activities such as:
- Feeding the homeless at Salt Lake's Rescue Mission
- Observing the Sandy City Counsel at work
- Serving local retirement homes
- Social get-togethers
- Assembling humanitarian kits for disaster victims
- ...and much more!
To qualify for membership on the Sandy Youth City Council, a person must either live in Sandy or go to a high school in Sandy, and be a sophomore, junior or senior in high school. The student must be in good standing at his or her high school and be willing to regularly attend all SYCC activities and functions whenever possible. An application must be filled out by the person seeking membership on the SYCC. Applicants must make an appointment for an interview with Marsha Millet by calling 801-568-7114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are accepted at any time.
Mail completed applications to:
Sandy Youth City Council
Attn: Marsha Millet
10000 Centennial Parkway, Ste 300
Sandy, UT 84070