Youthlinc held our Annual Benefit on Saturday, August 26 at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center. The theme this year was “Worlds Fair” and we did things a little differently than in the past. During the beautiful international silent auction, Youthlinc
Youthlinc is hosting four fellows from YLAI (Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative) and CEE (Community Engagement Exchange) this year. YLAI and CEE are programs sponsored by the Department of State that places emerging leaders from around the globe with
Real Life Scholarship Winners Sambuka “Sam” Havugimana was born in the small village of Kyanwali, Uganda, to parents who had fled from Congo due to war. Despite many challenges, Sam was determined from an early age to pursue his education.
Youthlinc works with our international partners to coordinate a variety of projects that address pillars of community development and growth. Through our partnerships, Youthlinc prepares educational lessons and resources that address needs in the following areas: Community Health, Ecological, Business
($40K + $5K in Prizes!) MyImpact Challenge is coming to Utah! This contest is a wonderful match with your community engagement done through your involvement with Youthlinc. Whether you’re done Service Year or have applied for the Young Humanitarian Award,
In May 2019, Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy asked Youthlinc to host a short round table event for a group of visitors from around the world. Among those present was Mutemberezi Pascal from Rwanda. Our Executive Director, Justin, and Pascal
Youthlinc is conducting our fourth “Love Service Challenge,” from February 11-17. We want to encourage all Youthlincers, past and present, to spread love through service this February. Participate in our daily challenge and spread your love of service to others
I’m max bengtzen and me and my family have been involved with Youthlinc for over ten years. We as a family have traveled on eleven trips to six different international service sights as well as served countless hours locally with