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Hollywood Studio District Neighborhood Council

As a member of the Youth Committee, you will be given a platform to discussion issues affecting your community, and coming up with solutions and presenting it to HSDNC Board Members.


  1. Engage with the community. Act as a representative of HSDNC, connecting with community members to address community needs.

  2. Civic engagement. Participate in campaigns, petitions, voting and other political actions.

  3. Social media and in-person activism. Share updates, info graphics, posts, and direct actions to networks.


  • Must be between 16 - 21 years of age. High School or College student and live in the Hollywood area

  • Excellent work ethic and desire to develop leadership skills, civic engagement, and build work experience

  • Must be interested in building a strong community and engaging with community members


  1. Opportunity to build leadership skills

  2. Improve and strengthen your local community

  3. Written recommendations for your service

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About Hollywood Studio District Neighborhood Council


5500 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 406, Los Angeles, CA 90028, US

Mission Statement

To serve all members as the coordinating and information clearinghouse for strategic community issues. To provide an inclusive open forum for public discussion and to advise the City on strategic issues concerning City governance, the needs of this community, the delivery of City services to the Hollywood area, and on matters of a citywide nature.


Neighborhood Councils are the most local form of government in LA. We are technically elected officials, but not in the traditional sense. Anybody who works, lives, or regularly hangs out in this neighborhood (from El Centro to Western, and Hollywood to Melrose) and is 16 or older, is eligible to vote, sit on a committee, and even run for a board position.

Children & Youth


Fri Aug 21, 2020 - Fri Nov 13, 2020
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM  


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Critical Thinking
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication


  • Teens


  • Must be at least 16
  • Committee Meetings (once a month): 2-3 hrs, Community Engagement (2-3 times a month): 2-4 hrs

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