CSF youth of­fi­cials buckle down to work

Sun.Star Pampanga - - FRONT PAGE - BY NI­COLE RE­NEE DAVID Sun.Star Staff Re­porter

CITY OF SAN FER­NANDO - Some 32 youth lead­ers of the City of San Fer­nando on Mon­day were pre­sented and buck­led down to work at the start of Youth Week her e.

The young lead­ers were se­lected from sev­eral in­te­grated and se­condary pub­lic and pri­vate schools lo­cated in City of San Fer­nando.

Youth Week is a joint project of the city gov­ern­ment and Ro­tary Club of San Fer­nando and is held an­nu­ally to give young of­fi­cials to par­tic­i­pate in ex­ec­u­tive

and leg­isla­tive work of the city gov­ern­ment.

It is also part of the ad­vo­cacy in pro­vid­ing in­puts and ex­pe­ri­ences to the youth, in re­la­tion to good gov­er­nance, par­lia­men­tary pro­ce­dures, and vo­ca­tional ca­reer guid­ance, to pre­pare them in be­com­ing fu­ture lead­ers.

As part of their du­ties and re­spon­si­bil­i­ties, the young of­fi­cials will con­duct si­mul­ta­ne­ous ed­u­ca­tional tours in dif­fer­ent of­fices in the city gov­ern­ment and se­lected busi­ness es­tab­lish­ments in the city.

This year’s ros­ter of youth of­fi­cials is led by City Mayor Shanyne Surla of St. Scholas­tica’s Academy and Vice-Mayor Jhobert Move of Northville High School.

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