Leadership Training

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BECOME EMPOWERED:

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Learning how to run a meeting, make an agenda, and be a facilitator and how to make a presentation. Learn the difference between dialogue and debate and the difference between presenting and facilitating. And much more…

 

 

All IYCOC Members are responsible for….

Service: This committee will lead the Council in its engagement with service organizations, projects (such as Hearts & Hands and other events), volunteerism and other means of helping to serve those in need. They will be responsible for recruiting volunteers for the Interfaith events and service projects that IYCOC commits to. 

Civic Engagement: Inclusive participation by youth representatives is a crucial part of civil society, and opportunities for youth civic engagement might include public policy/consultation (youth city council representation), involvement in community organizations, engagement in organizational decision making, and civic activism in issues that are important to members of IYCOC. 

Fun/Relationship-Building: This committee will organize events like bonfires, field trips, and other fun activities for members of IYCOC, as well as lead relationship-building endeavors with other youth groups and organizations to build interfaith relationships in Orange County. 

Communications: This committee will build networks of communication between members of IYCOC for effective sharing of information about meetings, events, and outings. They will also help spread the message and intent of IYCOC via Social Media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

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