Released By City of Kissimmee
The City of Kissimmee’s School of Government is now accepting new students for the nine-week session starting on Thursday, March 28.
This civic education program, coordinated by the Communications & Public Affairs Office, is an effort to explain the City of Kissimmee’s form of government and enlighten residents about the daily operations and services provided on the local government level. This also provides a firsthand look at the City’s operations to set the foundation for residents who are interested in becoming more involved in the City.
The City is currently seeking 30 students to participate in this nine-week course that ends with a graduation on Thursday, May 23. Each class starts at 5:30 p.m. and runs through 8:00 p.m., and due to certain activities, students interested must fill and sign a release and waiver to participate.
Residents are eligible to participate in the program if they live, work, study or own a business within the City of Kissimmee limits. Participants must be 18 years of age and older. Due to space limitations, students are not allowed to bring a guest or children to classes.
The registration for the School of Government is now open and applications are available online and in-person when visiting City Hall. For more information about the City of Kissimmee visit, www.kissimmee.org/schoolofgovernment.