Yollocalli Youth Council
Yollocalli Youth Council

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The badge earner played a critical role in the Yollocalli Youth Council. The Yollocalli Youth Council is an opportunity for youth (high school and college aged) to play an instrumental part in the development of classes, workshops, and special events for young people at Yollo. The council works with Yollocalli’s Youth Development Advisor to brainstorm and implement youth activities (art contests, grant writing, and special events like movie night), and plays a key role in class development (course and teaching artist selection). The badge earner participated in over 10 Youth Council meetings and helped research, plan, implement, and reflect on the project they developed with other Youth Council members.


National Museum of Mexican Art | Yollocalli Arts Reach

Badge Type: Disposition

Expected Duration: 25 hours


  1. Attended over 10 Youth Council meetings and help plan, design, implement, and reflect on a project they developed with other Youth Council members.
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