Citizen in the Community:
3. Do the following:
a Attend a city or town council or school board meeting, or a municipal; county, or state court session.
b Choose one of the issues discussed at the meeting where a difference of opinions was expressed, and explain to your counselor why you agree with one opinion more than you do another one.
4 Choose an issue that is important to the citizens of your community; then do the following:
a Find out which branch of local government is responsible for this issue.
b With your counselor's and a parent's approval, interview one person from the branch of government you identified in requirement 4a. Ask what is being done about this issue and how young people can help.
c Share what you have learned with your counselor. Citizen in the Nation
2 Do TWO of the following:
b Tour your state capitol building or the U.S. Capitol. Tell your counselor what you learned about the capitol, its function, and the history.
8 Name your two senators and the member of Congress from your congressional district. Write a letter about a national issue and send it to one of these elected officials, sharing your view with him or her. Show your letter and any response you receive to your counselor.
He might also see if he can find a MB Counselor there who can help him work on Law