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Category Archives: mentorship
This an amazing and empowering paid opportunity, the Youth Partnership for Health (YPH) youth advisory council is excited to announce openings for 2016-2017!
We are seeking young people ages 13-19, with diverse life and/or geographic experiences, to participate as consultants on a statewide advisory council. This council is open for ANYONE and EVERYONE to apply. If you answer yes to any of these then this council is for you! Are you interested in standing up for the health and
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 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
Heres a great article we found from Chalkbeat: It’s not high school civics, but parents (and teens) learn the ropes of public policy
ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS Parents and other community members learn about public policy through a 20-week course called the Family Leadership Training Institute. The program, which is coordinated by the state health department, operates in 10 communities around the state. By empowering parents to be community leaders, program officials hope to improve child and family outcomes. Participants