HEAR OUR VOICES

A youth-led podcast amplifying youth voices across the state of Colorado.

 

Created in partnership with Colorado Young Leaders and CiviCO, the Hear Our Voices podcast highlights leadership skills, amplifies the work youth are doing in Colorado’s communities, and highlights adult leaders who are either working to create systemic change in Colorado or working in partnership with youth to make a significant difference in their communities. Our podcast hosts, Lily and Brandon, are two high school seniors from Colorado Young Leaders with a passion for storytelling, and are both advocates for youth mental health.

If you’re an artist who would like to share their music or a young person who would like to share their story, please email us at podcast@coloradoyoungleaders.org. 

S1E2: Exploring Courage

S1E2: Exploring Courage

The second episode of the Hear Our Voices podcast is out now! Podcast hosts, Lily and Brandon, explore the leadership theme of Courage. You can listen here, or go check us out on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. LISTEN HERE Guests Joseph Ochoa, Boys and Girls Club Youth of...

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S1E1: Exploring Resiliency

S1E1: Exploring Resiliency

We’re excited for you to listen to the first episode of the Hear Our Voices podcast as hosts, Lily and Brandon, explore the leadership theme of Resiliency. You can listen here, or go check us out on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. LISTEN HERE Guests Governor Jared...

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Joshua Testimonial 3

My motto in life is quite simple, ‘live it to the fullest.’ CYL does not only fill up my cup of life, it allows it to overflow and drip into everyone’s cup around me.” – Joshua M., CYL ’17

Molly C Testimonial

“Exploring a new way to lead is leading with humility. It’s leading from the heart. It’s listening to others and representing those with no voice. It’s leading for the benefit of everyone. And those are skills you don’t find anywhere...

Stevie S. Testimonial

“In that very moment, I realized what makes me happy. Being there, committing my time to such an amazing soul – and changing my community – that’s what makes me happy.” – Stevie S., CYL ’16

Max A. Testimonial 2

“The biggest thing stopping you is yourself. There is no one physically in the way of you internally becoming a better person.”- Max A., CYL ’16

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