Civic Engagement

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Participation

BE THERE FOR A BETTER 

FUTURE

ADVOCATING CIVIC TEACHING, LEARNING & PARTICIPATION 


The FMYCP is committed to aid and assist in all efforts advocating civic, government and legislative teaching, learning and participation in a healthy, modern democracy in the new smart technologies driven information era.

 

The FMYCP actions include:

  • Convene and catalyse schools and post-secondary institutions to increase and enhance high-quality civic learning and engagement

  • Identify additional civic indicators,

  • Identify promising practices in civic learning and democratic engagement—and encourage further research to learn what works,

  • Obtain federal investments and develop public-private partnerships,

  • Help encourage community-based work-study placements,

  • Help encourage public service careers among high school, college students and graduates,

  • Support civic learning for a well-rounded K–12 curriculum,

  • Highlight and promote student and family participation in education programs and policies at the national and local levels.

WHAT WHO WHY

The FMYCP promotes Civic Engagement, Participation & Civic Focused Education by developing programs advocating volunteerism, active citizenship and participatory politics.  When individual and collective actions identify and address issues of public concern the democratic processes work for a better future.

The Foundation advocates policies, programs and actions which educate and safeguard the long-standing American values based on the country's founding documents as stated in the Declaration of Independence, The Constitutions of the United Sates and the US Bill of Rights as they were amended following American society's evolution. 

The FMYCP provide professional and subject matter support to legislators, policy makers and all areas of the policy making and legislative bodies the areas relating to its purpose.  The FMYCP does not back, campaign for, support, or endorse political candidates, nor does it partake in electoral or campaign politics.  

Civic engagement can take many forms—from individual volunteerism to organizational involvement to electoral participation. It can include efforts to directly address an issue, work with others in a community to solve a problem or interact with the institutions of representative democracy.[2] It is the sense of personal responsibility individuals feel to uphold their obligations, as part of any community. "Youth civic engagement" has identical aims, only with consideration for youth voice.

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