Consulate General’s Youth Council in Ciudad Juarez holds first session

The Consulate General’s Youth Council in Ciudad Juarez held its first session today with new recently selected members.  The group members had an opportunity to meet one another, as well as speak to Public Affairs Officer Brian Straight about pressing issues relevant to young people. The Consulate General’s Youth Council is a diverse group of ...
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REACH: How Far Do You Want to Go? An event hosted by the Consulate’s Youth Council

On September 29 at the new S-Mart Civic Center, U.S. Consulate General Ciudad Juarez’s Youth Council held REACH: How Far Do You Want to Go?, an event aiming to assist high school students in making more informed vocational decisions. The 140 students in attendance from three area high schools were afforded the opportunity to talk to ...
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Youth Council Meets U.S. Consul General in Juarez

U.S. Consul General Daria L. Darnell received the members of the U.S. Consulate General Ciudad Juarez Youth Council at her residence on February 7, 2017.  Consul General Darnell spent time getting to know the new members of the Youth Council, a group of young people between the ages of 18 and 30 that meets periodically ...
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U.S. Consulate General’s Youth Council in Ciudad Juarez meets for first activity

Today, Public Affairs Officer Shannon Hill welcomed the 21 new members of the Consulate General’s Youth Council and their mentors. In this first meeting, the new members had the opportunity to get to know each other, discuss their first training activity and talk about their plans for the future. In order to know the vision ...
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The Rolling Youth Camp – Revolutionize your Destiny

The Consulate General Youth Council, with the support of the U.S. Consulate General in Ciudad Juarez and La Rodadora Interactive Space, organized the conference The Rolling Youth Camp on Wednesday, September 7, at La Rodadora in Ciudad Juarez. The Consulate General Youth Council organized this event attended by more than 350 young people ages 12 ...
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