The Governor’s Office is now accepting applications from youth 14 to 18 for the Governor’s Youth Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation. The deadline for applications is September 15.
The Governor’s Youth Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation was established by Executive Order in 2015 and will be made up of 20 youth from around the Commonwealth, ages 14-18, and will be asked to provide the Governor with innovative ideas about how best to engage today’s youth, and future generations, in the conservation of our natural resources and the enhancement our outdoor heritage.
The selection process is expected to be competitive.
High school students (ages 14-18) who are interested in volunteering to serve on the youth council should email their applications, cover letters, and resumes to Robb Miller, Governor’s Advisor for Hunting, Fishing, and Conservation at: firstname.lastname@example.org; and Tim Brandt, Coordinator – Governor’s Youth Council for Hunting, Fishing, and Conservation at: email@example.com.
Click Here to download a copy of the application.