Three North Carolina students serve on the National Youth Leadership Council’s (NYLC) Youth Advisory Council

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From nylc.org:

Three North Carolina students are displaying leadership by serving on the Youth Advisory Council for the National Youth Leadership Council, also known as NYLC. The mission of NYLC is to create a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world with young people, their schools, and their communities through service-learning.

As part of the Youth Advisory Council, Danasia Eubanks, Anthony Johnston and Kenneth Lowe advises NYLC on its programming while providing a valuable youth perspective to the organization’s work.

Danasia Eubanks_NYLC Danasia Eubanks is currently a junior at the Early/Middle College at Bennett in Greensboro. She has held several leadership in her school and is currently serving her second term as a Service Learning Ambassador. Ms. Eubanks plans to attend High Point University and major in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice. She will then attend Elon University’s School of Law to prepare her for her career as a Corporate Attorney.

Anthony Johnston_NYLC Anthony Johnston is a junior at High Point Central High School in High Point. He is an active member of his school’s after school mentoring group, a student athlete and an avid service learning advocate. Mr. Johnston plans to attend the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) to major in Engineering.

Kenny Lowe_NYLC Kenneth Lowe, also known as Kenny is a junior at Lincoln Charter School in Denver, NC. He is a member of Lincoln Charter’s Leadership Institute, the National Beta Club and a Law Enforcement Explorer with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. After graduating from high school, Mr. Lowe plans to attend the University of North Carolina Charlotte (UNCC) and major Criminal Justice. He aims to have a career with the United States Marshals Service, working with one of their Fugitive Apprehension Task Forces.

NYLC strive for a world where all young people are valued and called upon to lead.

To learn more about NYLC, click the link below:

http://www.nylc.org

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