Youth Leaders of Menifee meetings take place the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm at Lazy Creek Recreation Center 26480 Lazy Creek Road, Menifee, CA 92586
President – Ana Castillo (Heritage High School)
Vice President – Kacey Street (Paloma Valley High School)
Youth Mentor Lead – Meagan Macatangay (Paloma Valley High School)
Youth Mentor Lead – Nevaeh Babauta(Heritage High School)
Youth Mentor Lead – AJ Rodriguez(Paloma Valley High School)
Teen Activities Lead – Brianna Guzman (Paloma Valley High School)
Teen Activities Lead – Katrina Cating(Heritage High School)
TeenActivitiesLead – Alexander Casillas(Liberty High School)
Green Team Lead - Alessandra Pimentel (Paloma Valley High School)
Green Team Lead - Jose Del Angel (Heritage High School)
Volunteer Coordinator – Brenda Alarcon (Paloma Valley High School)
The purpose of the Youth Leaders of Menifee is to promote public service and community involvement, with, for and by youth. Teens will have the opportunity to be the voice of the youth in the community by creating and implementing programs and events for youth and teens. Youth Leaders of Menifee creates a positive environment for teens to develop leadership skills, enhance communication, and build self-esteem and confidence. Through this program teens will also receive job readiness training and have the opportunity to volunteer at City of Menifee programs and events.
Term of Office: Each term is approximately one year beginning in September and ending in August.
Qualifications: Each committee member shall reside or attend school within the City of Menifee, and shall be a current high school student.
- Michael Rinehart, Community Services Coordinator - Leticia Alegria-Estrella,Community Services Leader II
Note:Applications are accepted year round
Officer applications are due by Friday, August 27th, 2021 at 5:00 PM.
Please submit to the Community Services Department(29995 Evans Road, Menifee, CA 92586) or email to Michael Rinehart email@example.com
As of August 15, 2018 the Youth Advisory Committee is no longer required to follow Brown Act Rules per Resolution No. 18-709.