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Youth in Government Day: Students Explore Careers in Government

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  • Government officials embark on their journey with students, showing them what their job entails and sharing about life in the government.

  • Youth in Government Day gives students a chance to shadow Pleasanton government officials and learn more about career opportunities.

  • Amador Principal Jon Fey talks to students and shares some information about his position.

  • Through the doors of the Veteran’s Hall, students and government officials have the opportunity to meet and learn from each other.

  • Pleasanton city manager Gerry Beaudin meets the student organizers of the event.

  • PUSD Superintendent Dr. David Haglund congratulates students on taking the first step to learning about government first hand.

  • Attendees listen intently to Pleasanton city manager Gerry Beaudin while he shares an encouraging story on his journey to finding a career in government.

  • Students meet their job shadows which ranged from the police and fire department, PUSD leaders, and other various government positions.

  • Youth in Government Day organizers and Pleasanton Youth Commission members Zaynah Shah (’24), Karishma Parikh (’26), Carys Shannon (’26), Ashwin Sriram (’24), and Tejas Prakash (’24) welcome attendees to the event and explain what the day will entail.

  • Pleasanton Mayor Karla Brown shares her personal experiences in government and inspires the attending students to learn more.

  • Youth in Government Day organizer Carys Shannon (’26) hands the microphone to Pleasanton Mayor Karla Brown for her speech to the students.

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