Louisville youth program teaches teens a lesson in giving

The Louisville Youth Philanthropy Council hopes to diversify its next class. The program for high school students is accepting applications through June 30. LYPC focuses on philanthropic giving, research, and hands-on experience. It’s an eight-month educational experience – and for their next recruiting class, the chief executive says they hope to find kids who are passionate about giving back to the community. “What we do every year is we divide the students into three teams and each team gets 5,000 that they can grant. What’s nice is that we allow the students to choose the assignment” , said Ina Miller, executive director of LYPC Students can apply online at https://www.lypc.org/ Any high school student is eligible in Jefferson and surrounding counties.

The Louisville Youth Philanthropy Council hopes to diversify its next class.

The program for high school students is accepting applications until June 30.

LYPC focuses on philanthropic giving, research, and hands-on experience.

It’s an eight-month educational experience – and for their next recruiting class, the chief executive says they hope to find kids who are passionate about giving back to the community.

“What we do every year is we divide the students into three teams and each team gets 5,000 scholarships. What’s nice is that we allow the students to choose the mission,” said Ina Miller , Executive Director of LYPC.

Students can apply online. https://www.lypc.org/.

Any high school student is eligible in Jefferson and surrounding counties.

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