BROWARD COUNTY (CBSMiami) — High school students with an interest in political science have an opportunity to serve a two-year term exploring the inner workings of municipal government.
CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald reports the Student Ambassador Program, put on by Broward’s League of Cities, is open to high school juniors who attend a Broward County public or charter school.
Four students will be selected to learn about their local government, meeting city officials and attending League of Cities events.
In their senior year, the students also mentor new ambassadors.
Applications are due by Nov. 16. For information on the program or how to apply, go to browardleague.org.