The student council will meet once a month for five months each year at the Kelly Leadership Center. During the five sessions, members will pick human rights issues that are of interest to them. The council members will work to put together a media campaign on the issue and present it to one another. They will also present to a subcommittee of the Human Rights Commission consisting of commission members and county human rights staff.
During several of the sessions, the students will hear from speakers representing local, state and federal government to learn a bit about how government operates at all levels. The speakers, in conjunction with the project the students work on, will hopefully foster an interest in government service.
Questions about the student council can be directed to the Human Rights Office at 703-792-4680 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope students will consider applying and get started on a fun look at government.
2016-17 Human Rights Student Leadership Council
Student Leadership Council with Co Chair Denise McPhail
(not in order of appearance)
Destynee Blackshear Kamilah Coleman
Reagan Harris Ashley Kacou
Tinbite Kelemwork Kirsten Martin
Madelyn Magrath Jada Newton
Davida Ofosu-Mensah Courtney Parker
Zaynab Siddiiqui Brooklyn Wilson
Prince William County
Human Rights Commission
15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 125