The League continues to build on past efforts with the Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI), a University of Virginia Center for Politics program, to engage students in the democratic process.
What does YLI stand for?
YLI stands for Youth Leadership Initiative
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We have 2 other meanings of YLI in our Acronym Attic
- Yellow Legged Hatch (fowl)
- Young Leaders in Hospitality
- Your Local Hotel (Australia)
- Your Loving Husband
- Youth Leadership Hall (Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce; Georgia)
- Youth Living with HIV
- Yayasan Leuser International (rainforest conservation; est. 1994; Indonesia)
- You Love It
- Young Ladies Institute (est. 1887; San Francisco, CA)
- Youth Leaders International (est. 1996; Spencerville, MD)
- Youth Leadership Institute (San Francisco, CA)
- Your Lie in April (anime)
- Your Life Is Average
- Youth Leaders in Action
- Young Listed Innovative Company
- Your Life Is Forgotten (polite form)
- Youth Literature Interest Group (est. 2004)
- Yale Law Journal
- Young Lawyers Journal (Law Institute of Victoria; Australia)
- Youth Law Journal
Samples in periodicals archive:
From the long-running CNN Student News to the more recently developed Youth Leadership Initiative at the University of Virginia and the Media and American Democracy Program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, teachers across grade levels and disciplines are finding answers to the problem of engaging and activating the student body.
In collaboration with the Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI), the League continues its nationwide efforts to engage young people in the democratic process.
Over three-quarters of a million copies of the 5 Things cards, in English and Spanish, were distributed through state and local Leagues and partnerships with groups like the American Library Association, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, Youth Leadership Initiative, Youth Vote Coalition and other election reform advocates.