Category Archives: denver

Two great opportunities for youth and young adults

Another wonderful youth voice opportunity!!! This time on both sides of the Great Divide! Youth / young adults are needed as panel members for the 2016 Communication Summit. The Communication Summit will be held Monday, February 8, 2016 from 8:15-4:30 at the The Curtis Ballroom at the Landmark in Greenwood Village and on Wednesday, February

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We need your help

Dear Community Partner, Mile High United Way envisions a vibrant community built on opportunity for everyone and is committed to sparking collaborative action that elevates all children, youth, families, and individuals to a brighter future. As a trusted steward of community resources, we are focused in making sure community investments have the greatest possible impact.

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Word on the street is: The Urban Youth Summit by the College of Arts & Sciences Urban Studies Program at Johnson & Wales University—Denver Campus.

Urban Youth Summit is being hosted by the College of Arts & Sciences Urban Studies Program at Johnson & Wales University—Denver Campus. The Urban Youth Summit is for urban youth ages 16-21 and will be held on April 29, 2016 (see attached flyer). To prepare for the summit a Contest titled “Urban Youth Proposal for

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The Annual Colorado 9to25 Youth and Adult Summit: Announcing Lodging Reimbursement Scholarships!

The Annual Colorado 9to25 Youth and Adult Summit www.CO9to25.org   Saturday October 24, 2015 8:00am-4:00pm North High School, 2960 North Speer Boulevard, Denver CO For youth ages 13-19 and adults who work with youth     This Year’s Theme:  Rewriting Your Story Each of us has the power to go beyond our comfort zones to

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A Civil Right for America’s Youth: Being Ready for Life

For more than a decade, Karen Pittman, CEO and co-founder of the Forum for Youth Investment, has pursued the goal of getting children and youth ready for college, work and life. From defining the abilities young people need to meet life’s responsibilities to developing strategies to help communities provide cradle-to-career supports for success, the Forum

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A Blueprint for Change: Identifying Health Disparities in the Mountain States

PRESS RELEASE A Blueprint for Change: Identifying Health Disparities in the Mountain States A landmark report illustrates the barriers to health and social support systems that low-income and minority populations experience in the six Mountain States. The report includes a number of observations that are particular to 439,000 Native Americans who live in the region. 

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The Denver Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.

Meeting Reminder: This Saturday, May 23, 2015; 10AM to 12PM Blair- Caldwell African American Research Library, 3rd Floor   Please come to our last meeting before the summer.  No meeting will be held in June.  Instead, the Denver Section will hold a membership retreat in August (date TBD) with a membership meet-and-greet potluck, fun fitness

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Governor Asks Coloradans to Report Child Abuse and Neglect Concerns #CO4KIDS

The hotline serves as a direct, immediate and efficient route to Colorado’s 64 counties and two tribal nations, which are responsible for accepting and responding to child abuse and neglect inquiries and reports. All callers speak with a call-taker 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.Click HERE to read the press release.  The easiest

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Run In The 10th Annual Colfax Marathon!!!

Race Weekend Logistics Run through the Denver Zoo More Relay Spots Added FAQ To Register visit: http://www.runcolfax.org/register/ This is your year to run the Colfax Marathon! Celebrate the 10th running of Denver’s springtime race. Denver’s Marathon runs through the stadium, along 7 miles of rivers, lakes and bridges, and on America’s most famous main street. The Half Marathon

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