We aim to serve our community while gaining the tools necessary to become effective and dedicated leaders in the future. We hope to engage and work alongside other teen leaders to bring forth a change in our districts. Every second Tuesday of the month, we meet to discuss ideas for new projects, future events, and follow up on ongoing initiatives.
We strive to inspire change in our communities
The Dallas Youth Commission works to encourage teens to take their lives into their own hands. Don't let others be the change you envisioned - it's time for you to make your inspiration a reality. With the help of our initiatives, you can accomplish anything.
Click here to get a more in-depth look into everything the YC has accomplished recently.
Community Clothing Closet Drive
Commissioner for District 6, Margarita Hernandez, raised donations for her personal project.
Mayor's Back to School Fair
We handed out backpacks and flyers for our events. We also got to meet the mayor!
Girls In Aviation Day w/ Dallas Love Field
YC volunteered alongside Dallas Love Field workers to educate girls about aviation.
Pinkston Back to School Fair
Commissioners Myles, Andrea, and Margarita handed out information about YC.
National League of Cities - DC
Commissioners got to meet and discuss issues with other teens from around the country.
Magazine Distribution @ City Hall
Several members of the YC and Magazine committee sorted the 52,000 copies of the DYM!
Youth Commission In Action
Interested in seeing the Youth Commission at the events we have attended? Below are a few videos we have taken to connect with youth and showcase what we do.
Pinkston Back To School Fair Vlog
Commissioners Andrea, Myles, and Margarita showcase what it was like to outreach to teens about the YC, as well as conduct a special interview with a District 6 teen.
Inside look into the DYM and DYS
Period Access Dallas Tiktok
Chair of the Youth Commission, Ricardo Corpus, discusses the Dallas Youth Magazine and the Scholarship at the Community Closet Donation Drive.
Commissioners Margarita, Myles, and Simon film a TikTok to inform teens about the benefits of PAD. They also film a more extensive informational video for those interested in the process of getting products through PAD.
Dallas Youth Scholarship Applicants
Grand Opening Speech
Chair of the Youth Commission, Ricardo Corpus, answers the question: "What do I need to do to stand out in DYS applications?" His answer discusses what the Dallas Youth Scholarship is looking for in its applicants.
Commissioner Margarita Hernandez gives a speech to students, teachers, and adults attending her Community Closet Opening at L.G. Pinkston High School.
What Commissioners say,
"I hope to establish safe neighborhoods by developing public improvement projects in my district."