By Sharon Aron Baron
Middle and high school students who would like to learn about local government’s inner workings now have the opportunity in their own hometown.
The City of Coral Springs announces the return of “Commission Connection” for interested students learning more about municipal government, leadership, and community service.
Each class will include a 15-minute meet and greet with a member of the Coral Springs City Commission, where students will have an opportunity to ask questions.
Participating students will learn more about the City of Coral Springs, from its rich history, present-day operations, and future goals.
Students will earn one service hour and those who apply must have parent or guardian approval and commit to participating in the full one-hour program, including recognition at a City Commission Meeting. Commission Connection is limited to 20 students per month.
The program returns virtually on Tuesday, November 17, from 5 to 6 p.m. and each session takes place on the third Tuesday of every month.
Students who wish to participate may register for the upcoming session online. Once registered, the student will receive a Zoom link to attend.
To learn more about the program requirements or to register, visit www.coralsprings.org/connection. For questions, email Community Relations Coordinator Sue Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-344-1004.
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