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Youth Job Opportunity!!!!: Open Competitive Job Announcement – Peer Youth Advisor – 5190

Please spread this employment opportunity far and WIDE!!  PLEASE send to anyone and everyone you know who would fit the “highly encouraged” age of 16-20, including your peers, youth groups, networks, schools and youth-serving professionals who can get this into the hands of young people. We are looking for a Peer Youth Advisor who will

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JOB: Community Recreation – Recreation Instructor (Part Time – On Call)

Salary: $13.91 – $20.30 Hourly$13.91 – $20.30 Hourly Location: Various locations throughout the City & County of Denver, COVarious locations throughout the City & County of Denver, CO Job Type: On Call Regular Department: Parks and Recreation (DPR) Job Number: CA2583-16 13963 Closing: 9/12/2016 11:59 PM Mountain DESCRIPTION BENEFITS QUESTIONS Job Description The City and County of Denver – Parks and

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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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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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Help students in crisis, read all about it to find out how you can help!

Clothes To Kids provides a wardrobe of FREE school clothing to preschool-12th grade students in need or in crisis. A wardrobe includes 5 tops, 4 bottoms(pants/shorts/skirts), 1 coat, 1 pair of shoes and 5 pairs each of new underwear and socks. Students can be referred by schools/school districts, human service agencies, hospitals, clinics, shelters, youth programs and places of worship. We currently have

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Mini Youth Summit and Booth Decorating Contest, where you could win money, check it out!!!

On June 8, 2016 prior to the Celebration of Educational Excellence  we will have the Mini-Youth Summit  from3:00-4:30 during the Resource Fair. We will also have a booth decorating contest. Expectation of participanting booths: Booth must display name of the board /council Booth must have at least 1 person (youth/young adult) manning it One unique

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Dare to Dream America, is an amazing opportunity for youth 13 – 25. Find out more, click the link!

Dare to Dream America is a unique funding opportunity for young people (ages 13 to 25) or youth groups to create and implement youth driven projects that promote mental health awareness and well-being. Youth M.O.V.E. National wants to support your ideas and efforts to make a difference in YOUR community. This is a chance for

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Great Outdoor’s Colorado is hiring for one of their most exciting positions!

ORGANIZATION SUMMARY Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) uses a portion of state lottery proceeds to preserve, protect and enhance Colorado’s trails, parks, wildlife, open space, river corridors, playgrounds, and Youth Corps in all 64 counties. It awards competitive grants to local governments and land trusts and makes investments through Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). Created by

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How to safely exercise their rights under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.

Dear teachers, LYRIC would like to thank you for inviting us into your classrooms to teach your students how to safely exercise their rights under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.  We know that your students have a wide range of talents, and for those who are artistically inclined, we invite them to participate in

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Mayor Hancock Launches First Race & Justice Design Challenge Mini-Grants Initiative

Applications from residents and civic organizations to be accepted until April 1 DENVER – Mayor Michael B. Hancock and the Office of Human Rights and Community Partnerships (HRCP) today announced the launch of the 2016 Race and Justice Design Challenge Mini-Grants, a new initiative to help develop community-owned and driven projects around the issues of

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