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Arizona Town Hall is a non-profit organization that brings diverse people together to solve critical and often divisive policy issues

Future Leaders Town Hall
Strong Families. Thriving Children.

Arizona Town Hall, in partnership with community colleges, universities and other organizations, will host Future Leaders Town Halls on "Strong Families. Thriving Children." during the Spring and Fall at locations around the state. High school and college students from across Arizona will have the opportunity to learn about, discuss and weigh in on crucial policy issues. 

A summary of the discussions from each Future Leaders Town Hall event will be carried forward for consideration at the 112th statewide Town Hall, convening November 14-16, 2019 in Maricopa County. This event will be attended by leaders, policy makers, professionals and students from across the state.

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Future Leaders Town Hall - ASU Tempe
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April 7, 2019

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About Future Leaders Town Hall

In 2011, Arizona Town Hall debuted its Future Leaders Town Hall (formerly known as Youth Town Hall) in partnership with Arizona State University and Maricopa Community Colleges in an effort to gather students with diverse perspectives and empower them through the Town Hall process to work together to create solutions and strategies that will have a positive impact on Arizona. 

While there are student representatives participating in the statewide Town Hall, these separate events afford students an opportunity to gather and bring their energy and innovative thinking to help create solutions to the critical issues facing Arizona, such as education, jobs, transportation, arts and culture, health care, government and the economy.

Actions students have personally committed to as a result of their Future Leaders Town Hall experience:

  • VOTE!
  • Be on time for school more so that I don’t get kicked out of student government because I want to be involved.
  • Educate myself. Empower other students and members of my community.
  • Voice my opinion and try to be a leader for students.
  • Engage more at school and try my best to make a difference at my school.
  • Be the voice for those afraid to speak.




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