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Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced the newly-selected 2023-2024 SPARK Boston Council.

The SPARK Boston Council empowers our City’s young leaders with civic education, professional development, and networking opportunities.

Looking to do some good this holiday season, but not sure where to start? SPARK Boston's got you covered with a list of seasonal and year-round in-kind donation sites across Boston.

Members poised to inspire civic leadership among Boston’s young adults.

The SPARK Boston Council empowers our City’s young leaders with civic education, professional development, and networking opportunities.

The incoming members are tasked with promoting civic engagement among young Bostonians virtually.

The SPARK Boston Council is made up of leaders to empower and support Boston's young adults.

As SPARK Boston Director, Audrey will work to encourage and increase young Bostonians’ civic engagement.

Mayor Walsh and SPARK Boston honor exceptional young adult residents making a positive impact in our city

The annual Impact Awards shine a spotlight on young adults ages 20 to 35 doing outstanding work to improve the City of Boston.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the newly-selected Mayor's SPARK Boston Council.

SPARK council members serve as leaders who will empower and support Boston's young adults.

The 40-person council aims to strengthen lines of communication between young adults and City.

Mayor Walsh and SPARK Boston honored a diverse slate of young adult residents making a positive impact in our City.

The award shines a spotlight on young adults aged 20-34 doing outstanding work to improve the City.

Council members serve as leaders who empower and support Boston's young adults.

The awards shine a spotlight on young adults aged 20-34 doing outstanding work to improve the City.

The diverse, 38-member group will work to open up new lines of communication between young adults and leaders in City government.

Council members serve as leaders who will empower and support Boston's young adults.

Mayor Walsh and SPARK Boston honored a diverse slate of young adult residents making a positive impact in Boston.

Mayor Walsh and SPARK Boston invite residents to choose from millennial residents making a positive impact in Boston

The award shines a spotlight on young adults aged 20-34 doing outstanding work to improve the City.

Young adults are encouraged to vote early with a series of pop-ups at the polls on Saturday, October 29.

Spark Boston holds a series of chats with leadership from the City of Boston. Here's a recap of our chat with Julie Burros, Chief of Arts and Culture.

The awards shine a spotlight on young adults aged 20-34 doing outstanding work to improve the City.

The program was formerly known as ONEin3 and encourages civic engagement in Boston's millennial population.

SPARK Boston , formerly known as the Mayor's ONEin3 initiative, aims to help draw a larger and more diverse range of Boston's millennials into civic participation.

Incoming members tasked with promoting civic engagement among young Bostonians virtually

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