Category Archives: events

HIV AIDS Awareness Day coming up on April 10th and Advocates has made some cool infographic available for your use.

In preparation for National Youth HIV AIDS Awareness Day coming up on April 10th, Advocates has produced an info graphic and some visuals that you’re welcome to use on your social media profiles and/or webpages if you want. Just wanted to send along some resources in case they could be helpful for you or your

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Save the Date!  Family Voices National Center for Family Professional Partnerships (NCFPP) is pleased to announce the following webinar: 

Engagement of Family Leader Organizations in Non-CSHCN Initiatives on Thursday, March 26th, 3:00-4:00 pm ET Family involvement is essential to the successful development and adoption of health-related programs that affect families.  Family engagement is now being measured across MCH systems and not just within programs for children with special health care needs (CSHCN).  Family organizations

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Be there for UC Boulder’s Queer YA Literature Conference

CU-Boulder’s National Council Teachers of English Student Affiliate, Lambda Literary, and CLAS present… The Queer Young Adult Literature Conference and Awards Dinner Honoring, Affirming, and Trans*forming Literacy for Queer Youth University Memorial Center – CU-Boulder April 25th, 2015 The world of queer YA lit is growing quickly and gaining a foothold in schools and with

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Share Your Expertise, Submit a Proposal for the Healthy Teen Network’s 36th Annual National Conference

Youth 360°: How & Where Youth Live, Learn, & Play Matters Healthy Teen Network’s 36th Annual National Conference Baltimore, MD | October 13-16, 2015 Submit an abstract to Healthy Teen Network’s 2015 Annual National Conference to join more than 400 adolescent health professionals from across the country to network, discuss, and share the latest in research, implementation,

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Any artists out there that love a challenge: Mental Health Logo Design Challenge! Thun Thun Thun!!!

Who are we? Stepping up for Our Communities is an annual event celebrating Children’s Mental Health Awareness month in May. Last year, over 350 individuals are trained in Mental Health First Aid. You can view more information bout MHFA at www.mhfaco.org What are the guidelines?  Design a logo which reflects mental health in a positive manner.. We wish to celebrate the

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So How would you like to go to LA to watch…thun thun thun… Special Olympics Social Impact Summit! Make sure to apply!!!

Apply to Attend the Special Olympics Social Impact Summit by Generation Unified 2015 – Los Angeles, CA Deadline: March 1, 2015 Applications are now open for the 2015 Special Olympics Social Impact Summit By Generation Unified. This is a 5-day summit taking place during the Special Olympics World Summer Games from 23-27 July 2015 in Los

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Register for the Juvenile Services Training Institute – 2015 in Portland

Register now for the 2015 Juvenile Services Training institute being held May 4-6, 2015 in Portland, Oregon. Full day, intensive workshops choices include: Trauma Responsive Custody Understanding Adolescent Development Through Current Brain Research Behavior Management: Shaping Youth Success through Coaching, Modeling, and Teaching Using Positive Youth Development Strategies to Engage Youth When Monday May 4,

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Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action is hosting a conference for the general public concerning the needs of youth.

  In the link I have attached a flyer, Conference at a Glance and Press Release about our Youth Conference that is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015. As you can see, we have an outstanding agenda and presenters. It is my hope that you will help us by attending and sending this information to all of

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Global Youth Service Action Day is at our doors, make sure you are ready too give back!

YSA invites your organization to join a global coalition that will collectively organize GYSD on April 17-19, 2015. Through the GYSD Community Partner Program,YSA will recognize your organization and support youth leadership in your community.The world’s challenges are complex and young people have the knowledge, creativity, compassion, and commitment to be a part of the

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Emily Griffith is offerring Orentation for there new semester focused on Adult education. If you are interested in school you should at least take a quick peek.

NEW Student – Adult Education (GED and ABE)  Orientation All incoming or prospective students are required to attend an orientation prior to the start of class.  Also, all students with questions about the GED and/or ABE courses and college programs are invited to attend.  Information about courses, one-on-one meetings with teachers and administration, resource guides,

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