Youth Commission

In September 2016, Miami Beach Youth Commission was designated to provide the youth of Miami Beach with a vehicle to learn about government, participate in the process of City government, represent and articulate the needs of youth in the City, and provide recommendations to the Mayor and City Commissioners on issues and programs affecting the youth and teen population in the City. Click Here for meetings and agendas.

#MBHistory

The Youth Commission #MBHistory series provides for five 30-minute livestreamed segments focusing on the role of Black, Jewish, Hispanic, and LGBTQ Miami Beach community
members who contributed to making Miami Beach a global tourist destination and model of tolerance despite years of what some have described as intolerance. The program,
#MBHistory, will form the basis of a new curriculum(teacher guide) on Miami Beach history that will be offered free of charge to public and private schools throughout the city.

All segments are available on the City's YouTube channel as follows:

SAT/ACT Prep Program (free)

 All Miami Beach youth will have free access to the program throughout Summer 2021 by self- enrolling at the following link: https://methodize.methodlearning.com/school/join/z3jqs7m 

This online SAT and ACT prep platform is utilized by over 1,200 high schools and other organizations across the country. Inside the platform youth will have access to over 50 hours of comprehensive test prep broken down into easy to follow Units, Lessons, and Quizzes. Youth that complete the program typically see increases of 150 points on their SAT and 3 points on their ACT. Skill and performance tracking allow youth to understand their unique areas of weakness and identify the specific skills necessary to improve their scores. Lessons are designed to cater to a multitude of learning styles and contain both audio and video components, as well as embedded questions that provide youth with immediate feedback and detailed explanations. Accessible on any data enabled or internet connected device, youth can begin improving their scores in as little as 15 minutes a day.