The Mvskoke Nation Youth Council is made up of the citizens of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation who are ages 12-24.
MNYS hosts and coordinates Speak Out events to bring young people together to identify challenges and develop solutions and services to address those needs.
MNYS can also help schools, communities and other organizations to develop local youth councils.
MNYS is creating a series of training to prepare youth to provide a variety of presentations. Present Like a PRO is the first in the series and focuses on basic presentation skills. If you would like to connect with a youth presenter, contact the office for more details.
A grant to assist enrolled citizens of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, up to the age of 24, with participation in educational activities and non-educational extra-curricular activities. (Examples include but are not limited to: leadership opportunities, athletic, music, the arts, rodeo, cultural activities, etc.)
Resources for youth and families primarily living within the MCN jurisdiction.
PROMOTING CIVIC DUTY
Mvskoke Youth Vote is a youth led initiative to encourage young people to be engaged in tribal, city, county, state and national elections.
MNYS has developed several activities to promote the use of culture to increase protective factors in youth.
MNYS provides life skills workshops and training for and with youth ages 12-24.
Sexual Health Education classes and activities are offered year round within the Muscogee (Creek) Nation jurisdiction.
MNYS can provide both youth and adult activities to address a variety of topics. MNYS can also assist with event planning, management, and facilitation of youth events.
Mvskoke Mentors is currently is currently being developed. A pilot project will be launched in the Wetumka area in Fall 2019.
MNYS supports students at the College of the Muscogee Nation by recruiting care package sponsors each semester.
Youth “Enhancement” is the result of engaging youth in program development to promote youth friendly services, marketing, and youth led initiatives.
The MCN Scholarship Pageant is an opportunity for young ladies to sserve as an ambassador of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. The Miss and Jr. Miss grow in their personal knowledge of the Mvskoke people and culture as they develop leadership and advocacy skills. The Miss and Jr. Miss also promote education and a personal platform.