Three Youth Council Members, Troy Pretends Eagle, Moriah Torres, and Micah Gill received an invitation from the The White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement to attend the upcoming Historic Tribal Youth Gathering. One of the requirements of being eligible for consideration was accepting the Generation Indigenous Challenge. Aliive had created the Youth Business Leaders Council to help educate Financial Literacy for youth. They currently run the Second Chance Thrift Store and the Rent a Kid Operations. The Gen I Challenge video that was submitted can be seen on the Aliive Facebook page (www.facebook.com/AliiveRC).
Such opportunities also bring the responsibilities to fundraise enough money to cover their travel expenses. So watch for future fundraising efforts and please support them!!