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What does YAG stand for?
YAG stands for Youth Advisory Group (various locations)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of YAG
We have 58 other meanings of YAG in our Acronym Attic
- Youth Association of Finno-Ugric Peoples
- Yet Another First Victory Post (gaming)
- Young Americans for Warner (presidential campaign group; Mark Warner)
- District Auxiliary, Miscellaneous (US Navy)
- Miscellaneous Auxiliary (Self-Propelled)
- Yet Another Game (gaming feedback online)
- You Are Gay
- You Are Great
- Young Alumni Group (various universities)
- Young-at-Art Gallery (Noyes Museum of Art; Oceanville, NJ)
- Yttrium Aluminum Garnet
- You're A Great American
- Young and Gifted Always
- Youth Against Gang Activity (San Antonio, TX)
- Yet Another GUI (Graphical User Interface) Builder (freeware)
- You Ain't Grizz, Baby (podcast)
- Yet Another Guidebook Update (rec.games.roguelike.adom)
- Young Adult Guidance Center (Atlanta, GA)
- Young Audiences of Greater Cleveland (Ohio)
- Yet Another Graphical Editor (website)
Samples in periodicals archive:
David Crone, 17, from Sunderland, and fellow members of the UN's Youth Advisory Group (YAG), are drawing up a strategy as part of Education First, the Secretary General's global initiative on education.
The Hub Festival, which involves hip hop, graffiti artists and rap demonstrations, is one which young people can take part in and will be happening in May "Young people have been at the heart of the planning as there have been youth advisory groups for the last two years meeting monthly to discuss marketing, advertising and planning ideas.
The Maine Legislature also has a youth advisory group.
Some cities have youth advisory groups, but in my city the young people help set policy, appropriate mini-grants, and are liaisons to many of the city's boards and commissions.
The 15-year-old pupil at Queen Elizabeth High School, in Hexham, is a member of Amnesty International UK's Youth Advisory Group, which is made up of 30 youngsters aged between 14 and 18 from across the country.