Welcome to the website for the 20th Annual Texas Youth Advisory Commission (YAC) Summit! The Texas Municipal League (TML) and the City of Kyle are excited for this two-day statewide event overflowing with life lessons, practical advice, team-building exercises, and, of course, laughter!
What is the YAC Summit?
The 20th Annual YAC Summit is a two-day statewide event sponsored by the Texas Municipal League and hosted by the City of Kyle. The 2020 Summit will be held on February 1-2, 2020, at the Hays CISD Performing Arts Center in Kyle. For those arriving early, a fun-filled Pie Social with a DJ, photo booth, Frito pie, and more will take place on the evening of Friday, January 31 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at the Hampton Inn Kyle. This year’s theme is “Focus on Your Future” and will give attendees a chance to interact with professional speakers and peers in a fun and safe environment.
The Youth Advisory Commission (YAC) Summit is an opportunity for cities, schools, and community youth groups to share their experiences of their programs and the positive impact that the programs have had locally. The summit is organized to promote a fun environment for youth and city leaders to learn from and work with each other. Adults and students will leave with a greater appreciation of their own programs and new ideas to move their group forward in coming years.
If your community doesn’t have a YAC, you are invited to attend the Summit and learn more about how one can help your community. This event provides excellent networking opportunities with leaders from established YACs across the State.
Why Should Our City Attend?
This is the chance for your YAC members to show off their successes from the past year, share their goals for the coming year, hear from inspirational speakers, and network with other YACs. The Summit is a great way to inspire your future leaders to transform their surroundings and perspective to achieve their goals and aspirations.
Thank you to all the 2020 YAC Summit sponsors! We couldn’t provide a high-quality event without this kind of investment from the local community!