Category Archives: diversity

GSA Leadership Summit

Please join us for the Denver-Metro Regional GSA Leadership Summit: February 27th 2016!   GSA Leadership Summit in Denver- Metro Area on February 27th!  One Colorado is hosting a GSA Leadership Summit for Denver-Metro LGBTQ students and adults passionate about creating safe, inclusive learning environments. This Summit is free and open to the public. These

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Youth voice fighting to protect their education and passion

Peter, one of the student’s feature, has been involved in our My Brother’s Keeper Initiative work, and reached out when DPS announced they were looking to close NCAS middle school.  He and his peers were present at the community meeting and did an amazing job. They were also able to meet with DPS school board

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Here’s a Cool Scholarship Opportunity for Diverse Students, Spread the Word!

Tuesday, February 16, 2016, Application Submission Deadline for Kaiser Permanente Diversity Scholarship Program.  The Diversity Scholarship Program provides under-represented populations an opportunity to earn a degree so they can make a positive impact on the community and assist people in need.  All qualified students are encouraged to apply including those who identify as African American,

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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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It’s National Youth Justice Awareness Month, check out how you can contribute.

National Youth Justice Awareness Month National Youth Justice Awareness Month (YJAM) aims to provide people across the country an opportunity to develop action-oriented events in their communities during the month of October. We know that the power for change lies in our communities, so every year during the month of October, people all over the

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What do student activists REALLY think about sex?

We’ve seen a lot of discussion of New York Magazine’s profile of sex at college – from “hookup culture” to affirmative consent education to online dating services. We wondered, what does a generation of youth activists committed to normalizing healthy sexuality think about it all?? So we asked them, and here’s what they said! “My

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Get 5000, Give 5000. Impact Millions from YSA

Each year, Sodexo Foundation recognizes youth-led initiatives that work to improve the quality of life for children and families who are impacted by hunger in local communities. The Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships reward students from K-12 through graduate school who are working to end hunger in their communities. To support their innovative efforts,

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3 Tools to Fundraise for Your School or Organizations

We know finding money to support your great work is always a challenge. That’s why we’ve partnered with three organizations that can help you raise funds to support your school or organization’s service projects. GlobalGiving is accepting applications for new nonprofit partners around the world to join their crowdfunding community. Apply to join the December

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The national organization Generation Citizen is looking for youth to serve on their youth advisory boar. Apply ASAP!!!

  The national organization Generation Citizen, which is working to support groups across the country who are trying to lower the voting age to 16. They are looking for young people to be part of their youth advisory board, and asked me if any of the young people connected to the Student Voice, Student Vote coalition

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