Join The Youth Commission!
The Youth Commission Allows you to:
- Develop Leadership Skills
- Become Effective Communicators
- Serve Your Community
- Represent Your Peers
- Make Your Voice Heard
- Build Lasting Friendships
- Understand Local Politics
- Learn Professionalism and Teamwork
Interested in joining the Youth Commission?
Become a YAC Coordinator
Legislative Interns are directly responsible for overseeing the assigned District Supervisor’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC). YAC is a leadership program for high school students living and attending high school in Riverside County. Students in this program learn about local government, take on leadership roles in the community, and provide hundreds of volunteer hours while voicing suggestions and/or concerns about their community to the Board of Supervisors. This Internship is a part-time position (maximum 20 hours per week) with a duration of 2 years.
Coach and mentor diverse youth participants
Coordinate and oversee the District's Youth Advisory Council (YAC)
Supervise all YAC community events (evenings and weekends)
Drive YAC members to and from events and meetings within Riverside County as needed
Work closely with other legislative interns on community events and Youth Commission programs and activities
Assist Board of Supervisors staff with constituent issues, correspondence, and fieldwork as needed
Other duties as assigned
Must have and maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher
Currently enrolled full-time or part-time in college
Must be WIOA eligible
Must have a valid California Driver’s License and car insurance
Preference will be given to applicants that live in or live in close proximity to each district they are applying for
Must live in Riverside County
Position Openings: Intern positions may open at any time. Please check the Riverside County HR website and search for "Professional Student Intern" with the Board of Supervisors department.