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CONTACT INFORMATION

Sponsors -  Mrs. Mary Burns

                    Mr. Glen Wellman

 

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Officers -

Lt. Governor Selina Montoya

Speaker Of The House Alyssa Cornejo

Attorney General Trevor Fields

CLUB INFORMATION

Youth and Government brings the workings of state government alive to students. Through this program, it creates a unique opportunity for students across New Mexico to discuss the issues relevant to them and their communities and work together to form a solution. Delegates in Youth and Government learn to listen to their peers to discover new ways of looking at complex problems.

There are many diverse ways to participate in Youth and Government. A majority of delegates will participate in the Legislative Branch, joining either the House or Senate. Delegates also have the choice to join our Judicial Branch to serve as an attorney arguing appellate law before the Supreme Court. By application only, delegates may choose to participate in the Press Corps, or as a member of the Governor’s Cabinet or Attorney General’s Cabinet.

New Mexico Youth and Government is partially funded by a generous grant from the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation

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