As a member of Weyburn Youth Council, you will take part in City Council meetings, gain an understanding how municipal government works and represent the voice of Weyburn’s youth on a number of important topics.
The Weyburn Youth Council is made up of five Weyburn Comprehensive School students from grades 10-12.
WYC meets once a month and Youth Councillors rotate a seat in City Council meetings every second and fourth Monday of the month, from September to June. Applications are available in July and selected in September each year.
Apply for the 2020-21 Youth Council session now!
Find the application form here. Deadline is September 11, 2020.
Applications can be submitted by email to email@example.com or dropped off at City Hall.
Please ensure all documents are included in your submission.
City of Weyburn Council and staff appreciate your interest in this initiative and we look forward to educating the next generation of young leaders on policies and decisions that affect them.
Follow @weyburnyouthcouncil on Instagram and use #wyccleanup to share how you are cleaning our community. Show your pride for Weyburn and encourage others to help make it a cleaner community.
SAFETY DURING COVID-19
In accordance with Saskatchewan Health Authority guidelines, we encourage participants to follow these safety guidelines to stay safe and healthy while they clean-up.
Youth Mayor – Megan Ebel
Megan is in Grade 12 at Weyburn Comprehensive School (WCS) and a co-chair on the school’s Student Representative Council. As City of Weyburn Youth Mayor, she wants to continue to represent youth in the community and learn more about Weyburn City Council.
Secretary – Maya Knipfel
Maya Knipfel is in Grade 12 at WCS and is a member of the school’s Student Representative Council (SRC). She joined youth council because she has always been interested in what Weyburn City Council does and wants to learn firsthand by attending council meetings. She loves being a leader at school and in the community.
Councillor – Gregg Wiens
Gregg is in Grade 11 at WCS and has been involved in the school’s SRC program for four years. Gregg joined the Weyburn Youth Council to get more involved in the community and to learn how the council meetings are run.
Councillor – Jaylynn Haupstein
Jaylynn is in Grade 11 at WCS and is a member of the school’s SRC. This is her first year on Weyburn Youth Council; she joined because she wants to become more involved in the community.
Councillor – Fatima Mir
Fatima is in Grade 12 at WCS. She is on her first year of Weyburn Youth Council and is incredibly excited to present a fresh point of view in the council. She joined to understand how the system works, and hopefully be a positive influence.