Student Municipal Representatives
The City of Green Student Municipal Representative Program (SMRP) was created in 2016 under the direction of Mayor Gerard Neugebauer with an inaugural class of 11 students. Now entering its 7th year, the SMRP has appointed more than 70 students entering grades 10 through 12 to city boards and commissions.
The purpose of the program is to provide exposure to the people and processes of Green’s local government. The hope is that this experience will inspire meaningful community involvement and leadership throughout the course of their lives – wherever home may be. [Video] Class of 2022.
Student Municipal Representatives are also encouraged to volunteer as part of various city initiatives which have included Southgate Farm, the historic Lichtenwalter Schoolhouse, State of the City, Twisted WilderFest, Garlic Mustard War and the planting of the Lichtenwalter Rain Garden.
Applicants must be residents of Green. Students are appointed as non-voting members and serve from September to May.
The goal of the program is to encourage volunteerism and civic responsibility. Students can serve on the:
- Board of Zoning Appeals
- Civil Service Commission
- Design Review Board
- Diversity, Inclusion & Equity
- Green Drug Task Force
- Historic Preservation Commission
- Living Green Task Force
- Parks and Recreation Board
- Planning and Zoning Commission
- Mayor's Junior Council
- Sister City Committee
For additional information and questions, please email the Student Municipal Representative Program.
Applications are currently closed for the Student Municipal Representative program. Applications for the 2023-2024 class will open in spring 2023.