Yollocalli Youth Council Reflection
Yollocalli Youth Council Reflection

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The Yollocalli Youth Council member received this badge for attending the youth council meeting after the public event for each project. The post meeting is a place for discussion on proud moments, challenges, and changes for future projects. Depending on the project a survey may also be developed to evaluate the effectiveness of the projects. The survey results will be discussed at the post project meeting.


National Museum of Mexican Art | Yollocalli Arts Reach


Badge Type: Disposition

Expected Duration: 10 weeks


  1. [required] Discussions between council members are recorded in the Yollocalli Youth Council meeting notes. The Yollocalli Youth Development Advisor will review evidence submitted. The Youth Development Advisor works closely with the Yollocalli Youth Council and can attest to the work and dedication of each member.
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