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Call for Applications: 2019-2020 Marion Barry Youth Leadership Institute (MBYLI)

Friday, September 13, 2019

Contact: mbyli@dc.gov   (202) 698-4794  

Sponsored by: DC Department of Employment Services

https://does.dc.gov/service/marion-barry-youth-leadership-institute

The Marion Barry Youth Leadership Institute (MBYLI) was founded in 1979 as a year-round program to train District of Columbia youth in the concepts of leadership and self-development. The MBYLI training model emphasizes practical, hands-on experience and a holistic approach to developing leaders for the 21st century. Each year, 150 young people participate in the year-round program and 350 youth participate in the Summer Training Program. Thousands of DC youth have received leadership training to date. The application deadline for the 2019-20 SY is Friday, September 13th. This program is for DC youth, ages 14-19.

Members of the Institute come from a wide cross-section of ethnic, cultural, and economic backgrounds, reflective of the general population of the city. Leadership development training begins for members of the Institute at age 14 and generally concludes at age 17 when they are ready for college or other post-secondary opportunities. The Institute is strongly supported by its Alumni Association, an auxiliary group which meets regularly to generate support for the Institute.

Click here for the 2019 (PDF) application.

Click here for the (PDF) MBYLI Fact Sheet.

For information about MBYLI, call (202) 698-4794 or email mbyli@dc.gov.


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