The Youth Advisory Board toured Channel 7 and practiced mock interviews with the news anchors.
The 2011-2012 Youth Advisory Board members gather for a lunch following one of their monthly meetings.
The winners of the Kids' Campaign for the Denver Zoo Asian Tropics Exhibit stand for a photo with Rich Martinez and the painting by the Zoo's elephants, Mimi and Dolly.
Andrew and Garrett Breeling show off their fused glass creations, which won them $250 as a finalist in this year's Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs.
Every applicant for this year's Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs posed on stage after the awards ceremony.
Mia Pelaez, Salina Haville, and Cheyenne Costa were finalists in the 2011 Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs.
Lyla Padden exhibits her cupcakes during the 2011 Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs.
Mary Sorteberg exhibits at the 2011 Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs.
Gregg Moss of 9News was the emcee for the 2011 Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs.
Jack Tasker, the winner of the youngest age category in the 2010 CYE, presented the award to the 2011 winner.
Four of the Youth Advisory Board alumni spoke about their program experiences during the 2011 Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs.
Members of the Advisory Board of Rural Young Americans in Wray, Colorado gather to meet.
Two girls from Girls Can camp get ready to run the Radio Station in Young AmeriTowne.
During Young AmeriTowne, a student donates some AmerTowne dollars to the Donation Station.
Girls Can campers show off what they have to sell at the AmeriTowne market.
A doctor measures a citizen in the Medical Center at Young AmeriTowne.
The AmeriTowne police officer pauses between writing tickets.
An exchange of currency and product occurs at the Young AmeriTowne Sign and Print Shop.
The Girls Can summer campers get ready for their broadcast at the Young AmeriTowne TV Station.
Summer campers learn more about currency.
The Be Your Own Boss summer camp sold their creative products at their Marketplace.
Run Your Own Business campers prepare their products to sell at their Marketplace.
Products that the campers of Run Your Owne Business produced to sell at their Marketplace.
Young Americans Bank hosted a party with the Denver Zoo to promote the Asian Tropics Kids Campaign. Everyone who donated received a Mimi and Dolly poster.
The bank in Singapore stays really busy throughout the day in International Towne.
Workers in Finland construct birdhouses to sell in International Towne.
Two International Towne citizens go shopping while on break.
A traveler to Japan gets her passport stampled in International Towne.
An International Towne citizen reads the newspaper to catch up on Towne happenings.
The torch of International Towne is lit at Opening Ceremonies for each day of town.
The Alumni of the Youth Advisory Board attend a Rockies game for an annual alumni event.
Senator Michael Bennet visited the Youth Advisory Board to get young people involved in the government's financial conversation.
One example of "What Are You Saving For?" during Financial Literacy Month.
During Financial Literacy Month, there were free classes that youth of all ages were invited to attend.
Staff members of Young Americans participate in a team building activity after hours.
The Grand Opening of the Get aHead for Business coffee cart at Dakota Ridge High Schoolw as a huge success!
A student at a Get aHead for Business high school works the register.
An account holder prepares a deposit slip for his account at Young Americans Bank.
Account holders from Young Americans Bank gather outside the building.