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(Lincoln, NE) October 3, 2012 – State Senator Lydia Brasch is encouraging District 16 juniors and seniors to submit applications for Nebraska Attorney General’s Youth Advisory Council (AGYAC). Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning selects students to participate in the council and “discuss opinions and ideas on events and matters within the state and their local communities.”
Senator Brasch believes these leadership opportunities and government involvement are important for youth and promote greater awareness of current events and the role of government. She states, “Opportunities such as this are valuable for shaping our future community leaders and involving students in their government in a meaningful way to serve and be informed of important issues.”
Additional information and applications are available on the Attorney General’s website at http://www.ago.ne.gov/about/agyac. The application deadline is October 26, 2012.