Washington State Legislative Youth Advisory Council (LYAC)
LYAC applications now available! Deadline June 25.
Established by the Washington Legislature in 2005, the
Legislative Youth Advisory Council (LYAC) serves as the formal voice for Washington youth to examine issues of importance and advise the Washington State Legislature on these issues and related legislation.
LYAC consists of 22 members from around the state of Washington who, at the time of appointment, are ages 14 to 18. Members serve two-year terms and, if eligible, may be reappointed for subsequent two-year terms. LYAC members are from diverse personal, education, political, socio-economic, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
Per RCW 28A.300.801, with sufficient funding, the Office of the Superintendent
of Public Instruction (OSPI) provides administrative support for LYAC in
partnership with the Legislature and the Office of Lieutenant Governor.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 725-6039.
Applications for 2012-2013 available in April 2013.
2011-2012 Legislative Youth Advisory Council