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Denver Quarterly Community Engagement Roundtable co-hosted by US Attorney John Walsh of the District of Colorado wants you to be there for their next Roundtable!
This is a “Save the Date” RSVP request for the upcoming US Department of Homeland Security Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (DHS CRCL) Denver Quarterly Community Engagement Roundtable co-hosted by US Attorney John Walsh of the District of Colorado. The event will be held on Tuesday April 12, 2016 from 3:30PM to 5:00PM (MT)at
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
The Think Like a Genius® Foundation Challenge invites organizations to assemble teams of young people between the ages of 14 and 19 to address pressing community issues in Denver. Qualifying teams and their Adult Leaders will be given stipends, and the top three teams that develop the most creative, effective solutions over seven-week period will
Please join us in the celebration of Colorado’s most impressive young leaders. Hear from each of them about their journey and vision for the future. Be with us as we announce which one will represent Colorado at the regional event and which one will represent Colorado’s military later this year. 4:30 – 5:30 Meet and
The Urban Youth Summit online registration is now open. We’re in need of urban youth to lead, present, and participate in the 12 UYS sessions. If you know of urban youth organizations focusing on the 12 UYS sessions please share (details are below). These organizations and youth can contact me directly for more information
The City and County of Denver will be recognizing 25 organizations or individuals who have supported the work around the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, making sure boys and young men of color in Denver are able to maximize their full potential. Nominees are unlimited and can include youth-serving or faith-based organizations, mentors, business owners, teachers,
The State-wide Youth Summit is seeking a youth to be able to give an inspirational testimony on courage or strength and/ or community involvement. The Summit is scheduled for March 31, 2016. They have extended the application deadline til next week March 8, 2016 for youth to apply. They are compensating the youth speaker $200.00.
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
The My Brother’s Keeper Initiative of Denver is excited to support the upcoming Changing the Narrative Summit for African American Males hosted by the League of Leadership Mentoring Program. Please see details below, as well as the link of where to register and encourage young men to come and spend the day with their peers. We would