Puget SoundOff is an online space “created by and for youth” to encourage young people to be involved in their communities. The site appeals to youth with a call to action:
“It starts with one voice speaking out on an issue, then finding others to collaborate with and taking action. You can be that voice. You can get involved. You can make change happen.”
It was developed in 2007 by an inaugural PSO Youth Council with the City of Seattle Department of Information Technology, University of Washington Center for Communication and Civic Engagement and Metrocenter YMCA.
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