Category Archives: access

Understanding the Muslim Community in Colorado

Tuesday, August 16  5:30-7:30 PM Denver Public Library (Central Branch) 10 W 14th Ave Pkwy Denver, CO 80204 This event aims to create an opportunity for a broader dialogue and greater mutual understanding between Muslims and non-Muslim people in Denver by exposing attendees to a variety of voices from within the community itself, discussing topics such as the

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Boulder Art Therapy Collective, in partnership with Colorado Youth Leadership Network, presents Art for Empowering Youth Workshop Monday, Aug. 1, 3-6pm

A 3-hour art studio workshop for youth and young adults, ages 15-24, who have experienced system involvement, and who are interested in becoming empowered as youth leaders in their community. Participants will use art as a way to know themselves and tell their story in a safe and respectful group environment. Through art making, participants

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The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) is currently seeking nominations for the 2016 James J Peters Memorial Award.

Dear Community Partners, The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) is currently seeking nominations for the 2016 James J Peters Memorial Award. The JAC initiated the James J. Peters Memorial Award in 2014 to be given annually to a professional serving young people within Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties. The award is given in memory of

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MY Denver is very excited to announce we will be holding a teen centered event called the “Teen Splash & Bash” at Congress Park on Wednesday, July 13th.

MY Denver is very excited to announce we will be holding a teen centered event called the “Teen Splash & Bash” at Congress Park on Wednesday, July 13th.  Attached you will find a flyer describing all of the details.  The MY Denver staff would greatly appreciate anyone who is able to pass this information along

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Resources for Supporting and Promoting the Well-Being of LGBTQ Youth

Resources for Supporting and Promoting the Well-Being of LGBTQ Youth Youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ) are overrepresented in foster care. These youth may experience discrimination and other negative outcomes while in care. This June, let the theme for this year’s LGBTQ Pride Month, “Solidarity Through Pride,” help guide attention

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Emily Griffith Technical College will host an orientation for non-native English speakers who want to take advantage of a free college preparation program.

Emily Griffith Technical College will host an orientation for non-native English speakers who want to take advantage of a free college preparation program. This is an intensive course that meets 10 hours a week and helps students improve their scores on the college entrance exam needed to enroll in career tech certification at EG Tech.  Day and evening courses are available. College scholarships are available for graduates of the

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Young Investigator Scholarship, Applications Open: Now; Deadline: July 29, 2016

The CCREF Young Investigator Scholarship awards a $2,500 scholarship to encourage college-level compost research projects. In this way, we recruittomorrow’s generation of industry experts and researchers!   WHO SHOULD APPLY: College students with projects about the compost process, the application and use of finished compost, how compost can increase drought tolerance and nutrient content or reduct erosion

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Are you a young person in the LGBTQ community or know young people who are LGBTQ?  You could win $250 for filling out a quick survey!

If you are a young person between the ages of 12-20, identify as LGBTQ, and want to share your honest opinions about marijuana, we want to hear from you! OMNI Institute (www.omni.org), an independent non-profit research company in Denver, has developed a brief and anonymous online survey that takes just 10 minutes to complete, and

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