Category Archives: Networking

Please share this opportunity with your networks and youth who may be interested: Xinachtli Youth Group is looking to recruit more youth!!!

We are currently seeking young ladies from 6th-10th grade for our Xinatchtli Youth Leadership program. The program is free of charge for participants and will be held August 16th through September 3rd every Tuesday and Thursday 6:30-8:00 PM at 494 Sheridan Blvd., A-100 Denver CO 80226. Dinner will also be provided at each session. Xinachtli

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BLOG: Refugee Inclusivity

Colorado Youth Matter’s Raising the Bar conference is coming up! We couldn’t be more excited, and we hope you’ll be joining us to celebrate recent advancements in youth sexual health – like the fact that more schools than ever are teaching comprehensive sex ed, and that unintended teen birth rates and abortions are dropping. But despite these reasons

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Mini Youth Summit and Booth Decorating Contest, where you could win money, check it out!!!

On June 8, 2016 prior to the Celebration of Educational Excellence  we will have the Mini-Youth Summit  from3:00-4:30 during the Resource Fair. We will also have a booth decorating contest. Expectation of participanting booths: Booth must display name of the board /council Booth must have at least 1 person (youth/young adult) manning it One unique

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Immigrant youth, first generation youth, as well as other youth, come check out this opportunity and learn all you need to know about getting into college!

Here a Message from Yazan, I am organizing,OnTRAC, which stands for On-Training-Refugees-Accessing-College through the ACC’s summer post-secondary education access program We will be addressing the basics of college access such as personal statements, Financial aid and scholarships, self-advocacy in a large bureaucracy. Yet more importantly students will graduate from the program with a strong network of

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How to safely exercise their rights under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.

Dear teachers, LYRIC would like to thank you for inviting us into your classrooms to teach your students how to safely exercise their rights under the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments.  We know that your students have a wide range of talents, and for those who are artistically inclined, we invite them to participate in

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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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The Annual Colorado 9to25 Youth and Adult Summit: Announcing Lodging Reimbursement Scholarships!

The Annual Colorado 9to25 Youth and Adult Summit www.CO9to25.org   Saturday October 24, 2015 8:00am-4:00pm North High School, 2960 North Speer Boulevard, Denver CO For youth ages 13-19 and adults who work with youth     This Year’s Theme:  Rewriting Your Story Each of us has the power to go beyond our comfort zones to

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TEENS, HEALTH, & TECHNOLOGY: How Teens Use Online and Mobile Health Information and Tools

Northwestern University’s School of Communication and the Center on Media and Human Development Proudly Present: TEENS, HEALTH, & TECHNOLOGY:  How Teens Use Online and Mobile Health Information and Tools Tuesday, June 2, 2015 Pew Charitable Trusts Conference Center 901 E Street, NW, Washington, D.C.  20004 Metro:  Gallery Place/Chinatown Northwestern University’s Center on Media and Human Development is holding

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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

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