Category Archives: educated

Protect Planet Earth on Global Youth Service Day

Is protecting the environment important to you? Five of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals are related to environmental issues: SDG #7- Renewable Energy, #12- Responsible Consumption, #13- Climate Change, #14- Life Below Water, and #15- Life on Land. Needless to say, planet Earth needs our love and attention ASAP! Make it your GYSD project

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A healthier Colorado for Youth

What is Imagine Colorado? Imagine Colorado is a first-of-its kind statewide open innovation “ideas” challenge, presented by the Colorado Innovation Network and LiveWell Colorado, asking the question “How would you connect Colorado’s youth to a healthier lifestyle?” Imagine Colorado is an ideation challenge where we will reward the top ideas regardless of the submitter’s ability

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Please join Engage Denver for an informational meeting to connect Non-Profit Organizations and Small Businesses with the DPS Career Connect Program’s summer internships!

DPS interns will be placed for the summer based on their current career area of focus in school. Non-Profits are often organizations being run with lean resources and a summer intern can make a huge difference in this mutually exclusive beneficial program! These students will be able to assist with websites, financial updates and business

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Youth In The Civil Rights Movement, Learn About How Youth Contributed!

As we celebrate Black History Month, did you know that youth played an instrumental role in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s? Read this blog about 10 times youth helped lead the the way to civil rights for all: http://www.gradnation.org/blog/youth-civil-rights-movement We’d add Barbara Rose Johns to this list. She led a student

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Apply to Serve as a GYSD Community Partner

Global Youth Service Day 2016 is just under 2 months away! YSA invites your organization to join the Global Youth Service Network and help lead Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) on April 15-17, 2016. Through the GYSD Community Partner Program, YSA will recognize your organization’s work to support both youth development and community development in

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Changing the Narrative Summit for African American Males

FRI, MAR 18 AT 9:00 AM, DENVER, CO SAVE THIS EVENT FREEREGISTER Event Description The Changing the Narrative Summit is an event that will empower African American Males ages 13-18 to be the voice of their own story. Through positive connections with African American Males, engaging workshops and organic networking, this summit will prepare participants

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10 Reasons to Fall in Love with Global Youth Service Day (GYSD)

      Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) is April 15-17, 2016! If you haven’t already begun making GYSD plans, here are ten reasons to fall in love with GYSD: Have Fun – GYSD is a chance to have fun with friends and peers while making meaningful impact in the areas of health, environment, education,

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White Privilege Glasses: New Video Asks ‘Can You See White Privilege?’

The project, called “White Privilege Glasses,” comes from a Chicago-based seminary. Ever wish you could help White people recognize the privilege they enjoy and how it impacts people of color? A new video campaign from the Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) aims to do just that. Called “White Privilege Glasses,” the video depicts a White man seeing

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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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