Category Archives: youth

Its time for the FAFSA

from Bravetracks What time is it, seniors?  It’s FAFSA time! FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Financial Aid. FAFSA allows students to apply for more than $150 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds. We encourage you to check out this easy-to-follow video for info about the FAFSA and the resources available to help fill out

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Lunar New Year Dinner: 2014 The Year of the Horse

2014 Asian Avenue magazine Lunar New Year Dinner – Year of the Horse! Friday, January 24, 2014 6pm Cash Bar / Networking | 6:30pm Dinner Kings Land Chinese Seafood | 2200 W. Alameda Ave. Denver You are invited to celebrate the lunar new year with us! • 10-course Chinese Dinner • Dragon and Lion Dance by: Colorado Asian

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EVERYDAY YOUNG HEROES

Taylor Leong Westford, MA YSA honors 15-year-old Taylor Leong of Westford, Massachusetts for founding “For the Love of Erika,” an annual holiday toy drive that provides children in hospitals and homeless shelters with gifts during the holidays. Taylor created “For the Love of Erika” in 2005 in honor of her best friend Erika Gould who

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A new resource for youth programming!

The National Clearinghouse on Family and Youth (NCFY) recently launched a new interactive version of their “Guide to Starting  A Youth Program”.  The new interactive version takes you through the steps of launching your own youth-serving nonprofit, developed for people (both adults and teens) who want to work with youth and help improve their well-being—and their

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Talk To Me Campaign, CHECK IT OUT!

  Teenagers say that parents are their #1 influence regarding their decisions about sex, love, and relationships. (Source: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy surveys with teens across the nation.)   Visit this site for more: http://health.mo.gov/living/families/adolescenthealth/index.php The following are some helpful resources for youth, parents & professionals all focused on the health and

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Youth Resources

Safe Bullying Teen Driving Safety Youth Violence Prevention The Cool Spotwww.thecoolspot.gov US Government Interactive site that targets teens and emphasizes resisting alcohol and peer pressure. Topic areas include:  reality checks, alcohol facts, too much too soon, expectations, peer pressure, the right to resist and real life. Check Yourselfwww.checkyourself.com The Partnership at Drugfree.org Targets older teens

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