• Why youth needs outreach: Josh Morse at TEDxSDSU

    Josh Morse: Josh Morse is a resilient and compassionate leader, community member, and youth advocate. As president and CEO of Associated Students, a non-profit, student-directed corporation, Josh is responsible for representing the 34,000 students who attend San Diego State University while directing the organization. Josh is a senior, pursuing a bachelor's degree in finance and will be graduating this May. He finds leadership and service to be an integral part of his education and has proven this through his work in numerous campus organizations such as Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Peer Leadership Consultants among others. Most notably, as a student development officer for SDSU's comprehensive capital campaign, Josh has helped raise millions of dollars for scholarships and programs li...

    published: 21 Feb 2014
  • The Paley Center & Rock the Vote Present: Tech It Out: 2016 Voting Innovation & Outreach

    Twenty-five years ago, Rock the Vote revolutionized youth voter outreach and engagement with celebrities and MTV. Today, digital technology is revolutionizing the election cycle of information and engagement—for candidates and the public. This event will begin with a panel discussion on how digital technology is being used to heighten awareness of hot-button issues, to connect voters with issues relevant to their lives, and to hone key political messages. Featured speakers will include: Mike Conlow, Technical Director, Blue State Digital Katie Harbath, Global Politics and Government Outreach Manager, Facebook Azarias Reda, CTO, Republican National Committee Ashley Spillane, President, Rock the Vote Panel will be moderated by Chris Hughes, Publisher and Executive Chairman of The New Repub...

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Youth Opportunities Fund

    For young people navigating multiple social and economic barriers, being engaged in creating solutions for social change within their communities can be difficult. The Youth Opportunities Fund is an annual program that provides grants and capacity-building supports to community-based organizations and grassroots groups serving young people who face barriers to economic and social wellbeing. To make the YOF as accessible as possible, The Public worked with ArtReach to develop a video and booklet on the Grassroots Innovation Stream of the YOF for youth and youth outreach workers that guides applicants through the application process while affirming the value and possibilities of the work young people facing multiple barriers in Ontario. Illustrations by Erin McPhee.

    published: 27 Aug 2015
  • Effective Media Outreach - Youth Initiative - Don Simmonds

    David and Ron Mainse speaks with Crossroads new CEO Don Simmonds about the future of Crossroads and the vision of reaching youth through our media platforms. Don Simmonds CEO Crossroads/CTS, Corporate Administration Rreed@crossroads.ca

    published: 08 Mar 2010
  • Debunking stereotypes through global citizenship | Jabari Smith | TEDxYouth@Kilimani

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. We live in a society where it is all too easy to believe broad stereotypes, of cultures and people we deem as different from ourselves, to be true. Orator & Educator, Jabari Smith, challenges us to step beyond our comfort zone to travel the world and embrace the idea of Global Citizenship as a means to saving ourselves from ignorance and bigotry. With the mission of “uplifting and inspiring lives across the GLOBE” fueling his journey, Jabari Smith strongly believes that has answered his calling and is living out his purpose. As a proud native of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, the 28-year-old Owner & Chief Orator of JABARI INSPIRES: Motivational Speaking & Global Citizenship Consulting is not only pass...

    published: 30 Dec 2014
  • 4 H What I Learned This Summerfinal

    Michigan 4-H Video. Academic Success/4-H Science. MSU Extension Children & Youth Institute. Topic: The MSU Extension Children & Youth Institute. Science is part of everyday life. It is key to American innovation, leadership, and future employability. Many educators are probably aware that new K-12 science standards (Next Generation Science Standards) have been developed to provide all students an internationally benchmarked science education. Based on the National Research Council's Framework for K-12 Science Education, the idea is to capture students' interest and provide them with necessary foundational science knowledge. According to the National Academy of Sciences, the United States' position in the global economy is declining, in part because U.S. workers lack fundamental knowledg...

    published: 20 Aug 2013
  • Upgrade Youth Outreach

    Amy and I got to teach about love, courtship and marriage at this youth outreach in Malolos.

    published: 04 Feb 2011
  • iAccelerator Top 10 Innovator: Sweet Net Project| 17 February 2017

    The iAccelerator programme encourages young people to think critically and creatively about issues related to sexual and reproductive health and seeks to generate innovative, youth-led solutions to these issues. Through a consultative process, the following challenge has been identified: “Access to quality sexual and reproductive information and services for young people”. The competition was launched on 2 December 2016 and was followed with a series of bootcamps, outreach events and a media campaign throughout the country to encourage the youth to apply and benefit from this opportunity. Following a successful campaign, the competition closed on 23 January 2017. A panel of judges and experts reviewed over 231 applications to shortlist a group of 10 innovators. The Top 10 innovators wil...

    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • (Un)Equal Europe? - Symposium 30-05-2016 [Part 1]

    The partnership in the field of youth between the European Union and the Council of Europe has held the Symposium “(Un)Equal Europe? Responses from the Youth Sector” in Budapest on 30 May-2 June. The Symposium took a cross-sectoral approach and drew learning from how young people experiencing social exclusion and multiple forms of discrimination are supported in education, employment, health and police. Participants looked at the role youth work plays in the lives of young people falling through the system and made proposals on what to improve. Key messages from the symposium focused on the need to improve communication among the actors in the youth sector and with other policy fields, ensuring comprehensive multi-lateral support and identifying, together with young people themselves, al...

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • Radha Yoga Youth Outreach

    Informational video about the not-for-profit organization Radha Yoga Youth Outreach. Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, they are a group of people who are dedicated to offering yoga classes to marginalized youth. visit www.ryyo.org

    published: 16 Dec 2008
  • The City of Calgary – Eco Leaders Program

    EMERALD AWARD FINALISTS – Public Education and Outreach Category Eco-Leaders, a youth environmental leadership program, aims to encourage innovative approaches to real-life environmental issues. The program invites students to develop eco-literacy and lifelong transferable skills in leadership, innovation, teamwork, and critical thinking. Its goal is to inspire and participate in the development of a generation of individuals who will innovate, champion and steward changes to protect from human-caused damage to the environment, the earth, and the life it sustains. Over 2,800 students from over 30 schools across Calgary have been educated, engaged and supported in creating projects that address the connections between energy consumption, GHGs, air quality, and climate change. Kicking off w...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Online Youth Outreach - Vlog by Katie Bacon @Katie_bacon

    EU Kids Online reports - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/media@lse/research/EUKidsOnline/Home.aspx Munch poke ping report - http://www.carrick-davies.com/research/vulnerable-young-people

    published: 30 Sep 2011
  • Changing The World In Your Pajamas | Ciara Judge | TEDxTeen

    There is a global food crisis to be solved. Why not solve it in your pajamas? TEDxTeen opening music by BlackDoe Ciara Judge is an 18 year-old scientist and entrepreneur from Kinsale, Ireland. Over the past three years, she has won the BT Young Scientist, the European Union Contest for Young Scientists and the Google Global Science Fair with her teammates for their research on the work of rhizobium with cereal crops. In September 2014, Time Magazine named Ciara as one of the 25 most influential teens worldwide, and she has been pegged as a 'rising star' and 'one to watch' by several national and international news outlets. She is now co-director of her first company, Germinaid Innovations, with Emer Hickey. Last summer, she began work on her second startup PurchaseMate, while studying ...

    published: 01 Feb 2016
  • Youth Mobile Outreach

    An Educational Video provided by The Mobile Queen www.go2txt.com providing information on how Non Profits & other Youth Serving Organizations can make their Youth Outreach "Mobile" - With the use of text messages. Visit www.go2txt.com for more information. Engage & Inform your Youth Today!

    published: 05 Aug 2010
  • Christian Coalition National Youth Outreach Director Jonothon Brunson on Energy Job Creation

    published: 03 Oct 2013
  • (Un)Equal Europe? - Symposium 01-06-2016 [Part 1]

    The partnership in the field of youth between the European Union and the Council of Europe has held the Symposium “(Un)Equal Europe? Responses from the Youth Sector” in Budapest on 29 May-2 June. The Symposium took a cross-sectoral approach and drew learning from how young people experiencing social exclusion and multiple forms of discrimination are supported in education, employment, health and police. Participants looked at the role youth work plays in the lives of young people falling through the system and made proposals on what to improve. Key messages from the symposium focused on the need to improve communication among the actors in the youth sector and with other policy fields, ensuring comprehensive multi-lateral support and identifying, together with young people themselves, al...

    published: 18 Jul 2016
Why youth needs outreach: Josh Morse at TEDxSDSU

Why youth needs outreach: Josh Morse at TEDxSDSU

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  • Updated: 21 Feb 2014
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Josh Morse: Josh Morse is a resilient and compassionate leader, community member, and youth advocate. As president and CEO of Associated Students, a non-profit, student-directed corporation, Josh is responsible for representing the 34,000 students who attend San Diego State University while directing the organization. Josh is a senior, pursuing a bachelor's degree in finance and will be graduating this May. He finds leadership and service to be an integral part of his education and has proven this through his work in numerous campus organizations such as Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Peer Leadership Consultants among others. Most notably, as a student development officer for SDSU's comprehensive capital campaign, Josh has helped raise millions of dollars for scholarships and programs like the SDSU Guardian Scholars Program, a program that assists former foster youth at San Diego State University. Josh advocates for at risk and foster youth as a motivational speaker and raises awareness of the challenges they face. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
https://wn.com/Why_Youth_Needs_Outreach_Josh_Morse_At_Tedxsdsu
The Paley Center & Rock the Vote Present: Tech It Out: 2016 Voting Innovation & Outreach

The Paley Center & Rock the Vote Present: Tech It Out: 2016 Voting Innovation & Outreach

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2015
  • views: 353
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Twenty-five years ago, Rock the Vote revolutionized youth voter outreach and engagement with celebrities and MTV. Today, digital technology is revolutionizing the election cycle of information and engagement—for candidates and the public. This event will begin with a panel discussion on how digital technology is being used to heighten awareness of hot-button issues, to connect voters with issues relevant to their lives, and to hone key political messages. Featured speakers will include: Mike Conlow, Technical Director, Blue State Digital Katie Harbath, Global Politics and Government Outreach Manager, Facebook Azarias Reda, CTO, Republican National Committee Ashley Spillane, President, Rock the Vote Panel will be moderated by Chris Hughes, Publisher and Executive Chairman of The New Republic. This will be followed by an interactive pitch session featuring winners from the 2015 Knight News Challenge on Elections who will showcase technology-based solutions to increase voter turnout.The session will be moderated by James Windon, President, Brigade.
https://wn.com/The_Paley_Center_Rock_The_Vote_Present_Tech_It_Out_2016_Voting_Innovation_Outreach
Youth Opportunities Fund

Youth Opportunities Fund

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  • Updated: 27 Aug 2015
  • views: 5
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For young people navigating multiple social and economic barriers, being engaged in creating solutions for social change within their communities can be difficult. The Youth Opportunities Fund is an annual program that provides grants and capacity-building supports to community-based organizations and grassroots groups serving young people who face barriers to economic and social wellbeing. To make the YOF as accessible as possible, The Public worked with ArtReach to develop a video and booklet on the Grassroots Innovation Stream of the YOF for youth and youth outreach workers that guides applicants through the application process while affirming the value and possibilities of the work young people facing multiple barriers in Ontario. Illustrations by Erin McPhee.
https://wn.com/Youth_Opportunities_Fund
Effective Media Outreach - Youth Initiative - Don Simmonds

Effective Media Outreach - Youth Initiative - Don Simmonds

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  • Updated: 08 Mar 2010
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David and Ron Mainse speaks with Crossroads new CEO Don Simmonds about the future of Crossroads and the vision of reaching youth through our media platforms. Don Simmonds CEO Crossroads/CTS, Corporate Administration Rreed@crossroads.ca
https://wn.com/Effective_Media_Outreach_Youth_Initiative_Don_Simmonds
Debunking stereotypes through global citizenship | Jabari Smith | TEDxYouth@Kilimani

Debunking stereotypes through global citizenship | Jabari Smith | TEDxYouth@Kilimani

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  • Updated: 30 Dec 2014
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. We live in a society where it is all too easy to believe broad stereotypes, of cultures and people we deem as different from ourselves, to be true. Orator & Educator, Jabari Smith, challenges us to step beyond our comfort zone to travel the world and embrace the idea of Global Citizenship as a means to saving ourselves from ignorance and bigotry. With the mission of “uplifting and inspiring lives across the GLOBE” fueling his journey, Jabari Smith strongly believes that has answered his calling and is living out his purpose. As a proud native of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, the 28-year-old Owner & Chief Orator of JABARI INSPIRES: Motivational Speaking & Global Citizenship Consulting is not only passionate about undertaking experiences that push him beyond his comfort zone, but also about empowering others to do the same. With a wealth of unique experiences under his belt, including living & teaching in Japan for two years as a participant in the Japanese Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme and helping to re-elect President Barack Obama as a 2012 Organizing For America (OFA) Field Organizer & Youth Outreach Coordinator, this Howard University (Washington, DC) Broadcast Journalism honors-graduate has never shied away from chasing his dreams relentlessly. A self-proclaimed life-long learner, Jabari received entrepreneurship training from the Kaufman Foundation’s FastTrac NewVenture New York City-based program in 2010. He has in turn used that training to not only pursue his personal business endeavors, but to also empower other young entrepreneurs as evidenced by his work with YouthBiz, Inc. in Denver, Colorado leading the organization’s Aspiring Entrepreneurs in-school program and assisting high school students in launching their own businesses. Having traveled to 19 countries thus far, Jabari re-located to Nairobi in June of 2013 as a member of The Amani Institute’s founding class where he undertook Advanced Social Entrepreneurship & Social Innovation studies. Upon deciding to extend his stay in Kenya beyond an initial two-month plan, Jabari stepped into the role of Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Africa Community Development Media – a media house geared toward uplifting underserved communities and boasting Safari Africa Radio and the upcoming Safari Africa TV platforms. Excited and grateful to be a part of TEDxYouth@Kilimani, Jabari has no doubt that the BEST is yet to come… About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
https://wn.com/Debunking_Stereotypes_Through_Global_Citizenship_|_Jabari_Smith_|_Tedxyouth_Kilimani
4 H What I Learned This Summerfinal

4 H What I Learned This Summerfinal

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  • Updated: 20 Aug 2013
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Michigan 4-H Video. Academic Success/4-H Science. MSU Extension Children & Youth Institute. Topic: The MSU Extension Children & Youth Institute. Science is part of everyday life. It is key to American innovation, leadership, and future employability. Many educators are probably aware that new K-12 science standards (Next Generation Science Standards) have been developed to provide all students an internationally benchmarked science education. Based on the National Research Council's Framework for K-12 Science Education, the idea is to capture students' interest and provide them with necessary foundational science knowledge. According to the National Academy of Sciences, the United States' position in the global economy is declining, in part because U.S. workers lack fundamental knowledge in these fields. In order to address this critical issue, as well as to further U.S. competitiveness and better prepare the workforce, NGSS proposes a new approach to K-12 science education. These standards will assure that all students have a solid science education -- whether they become hospital technicians, high tech manufacturers, or Ph.D. researchers. NGSS are standards, or goals, reflecting what students should know and be able to do. At the same time, NGSS allows for flexibility in how educators use them for instruction, offering educator's the freedom to make their own instructional choices. One goal of the educational system, in offering NGSS, is to stimulate and build interest in STEM majors and careers. This interest in building strong interest in STEM is shared by traditional education's non-formal partners such as 4-H. In 2006, the National 4-H Science Initiative was introduced in order to focus 4-H programming on teaching science, technology, engineering, and math content to more than six-million youth who participate in 4-H annually. Some of the findings included: • Partnerships: Seventy-one percent of responding Land Grant Universities (LGUs) reported having some type of partnership to support 4-H Science programming. • Staffing and Professional Development: Eighty-four percent of LGUs who provided 4-H Science professional development reported using the train-the-trainer format. • Funding: Seventy-eight percent of LGU's reported seeking private grants as well as government funding. The study found that 4-H Science can build on what has already been accomplished, and has a positive impact on youth interest and engagement in STEM-related programs. Leading edge practices include: intentional science learning incorporated into traditional programming, inquiry-based science, outreach that uses social media or youth ambassadors or that targets underrepresented youth, staff training, recruitment of partners from science-rich settings, and practical program evaluation. Youth who participated in the survey reported having high educational aspirations and more than 80 percent indicated that they intend to finish college or pursue post-baccalaureate education. A shining example of how 4-H can partner with community experts and volunteers to extend out-of-school-time learning is the Life of Lake Superior Program. The Life of Lake Superior Youth Program brings children, aged 8 to 14, together to explore their community, and to learn to appreciate the natural resource opportunities that exist nearby. The program is delivered inter-generationally with parents and grandparents being encouraged to participate with their child. Outdoor educational activities cover experiential workshops in sciences, natural resources, arts and culture, recreation, college tracks, and career fields. Workshop topics are chosen with an eye towards their relevance for youth living along coastal Lake Superior. The program's success is measured in-part by the large number of community collaborations and partnerships, as well as an active and passionate volunteer corp. The feasibility of replicating this type of outdoor education along the shores of Lake Michigan or Huron is currently being considered. Volunteers and youth leaders (age 13 and older) who may be interested in helping to deliver this type of programming can e-mail Melanie at the MSU Extension office: chiodin1@anr.msu.edu , or by calling the Cheboygan County MSU Extension Office at 231.627.8815. New Link to County Offices: http://msue.anr.msu.edu/county MSU is an affirmative-action, equal opportunity employer. MSU Extension programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or veteran status. Issued in furtherance of MSU Extension work, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Thomas G. Coon, Director, MSU Extension, East Lansing, MI 48824.
https://wn.com/4_H_What_I_Learned_This_Summerfinal
Upgrade Youth Outreach

Upgrade Youth Outreach

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  • Updated: 04 Feb 2011
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Amy and I got to teach about love, courtship and marriage at this youth outreach in Malolos.
https://wn.com/Upgrade_Youth_Outreach
iAccelerator Top 10 Innovator: Sweet Net Project| 17 February 2017

iAccelerator Top 10 Innovator: Sweet Net Project| 17 February 2017

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2017
  • views: 33
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The iAccelerator programme encourages young people to think critically and creatively about issues related to sexual and reproductive health and seeks to generate innovative, youth-led solutions to these issues. Through a consultative process, the following challenge has been identified: “Access to quality sexual and reproductive information and services for young people”. The competition was launched on 2 December 2016 and was followed with a series of bootcamps, outreach events and a media campaign throughout the country to encourage the youth to apply and benefit from this opportunity. Following a successful campaign, the competition closed on 23 January 2017. A panel of judges and experts reviewed over 231 applications to shortlist a group of 10 innovators. The Top 10 innovators will present their ideas at the pitch event, for a chance to be picked as the final four. The top 4 innovative solutions will receive a grant of 10,000 USD, and selected innovators will be coached, mentored and trained under the programme.
https://wn.com/Iaccelerator_Top_10_Innovator_Sweet_Net_Project|_17_February_2017
(Un)Equal Europe? - Symposium 30-05-2016 [Part 1]

(Un)Equal Europe? - Symposium 30-05-2016 [Part 1]

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2016
  • views: 34
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The partnership in the field of youth between the European Union and the Council of Europe has held the Symposium “(Un)Equal Europe? Responses from the Youth Sector” in Budapest on 30 May-2 June. The Symposium took a cross-sectoral approach and drew learning from how young people experiencing social exclusion and multiple forms of discrimination are supported in education, employment, health and police. Participants looked at the role youth work plays in the lives of young people falling through the system and made proposals on what to improve. Key messages from the symposium focused on the need to improve communication among the actors in the youth sector and with other policy fields, ensuring comprehensive multi-lateral support and identifying, together with young people themselves, alternative paths to social inclusion and participation in society. Participants stressed the importance of sustainable youth work infrastructure and resources, peer learning, adaptation of good practice and improved outreach methods for young people that suffer multiple discrimination and barriers to finding their place in today’s Europe. At this particular time, the symposium also explored how newly arrived young refugees experience Europe, what are their challenges to settling and how youth work can enhance that process through its inherent creativity, innovation and solidarity. In this video you will listen to: - Amerah Saleh '3:02' : Spoken Word creative opening - Fintan Farrell '36:50' : Poverty, Democracy and Inequalities – perspectives from the Anti-Poverty Movement - Maria Pisani '1:01:20' : Young Refugees in Europe - the political discourse and support they receive (click for more: http://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/unequal-europe)
https://wn.com/(Un)Equal_Europe_Symposium_30_05_2016_Part_1
Radha Yoga Youth Outreach

Radha Yoga Youth Outreach

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2008
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Informational video about the not-for-profit organization Radha Yoga Youth Outreach. Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, they are a group of people who are dedicated to offering yoga classes to marginalized youth. visit www.ryyo.org
https://wn.com/Radha_Yoga_Youth_Outreach
The City of Calgary – Eco Leaders Program

The City of Calgary – Eco Leaders Program

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  • Updated: 22 Jun 2017
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EMERALD AWARD FINALISTS – Public Education and Outreach Category Eco-Leaders, a youth environmental leadership program, aims to encourage innovative approaches to real-life environmental issues. The program invites students to develop eco-literacy and lifelong transferable skills in leadership, innovation, teamwork, and critical thinking. Its goal is to inspire and participate in the development of a generation of individuals who will innovate, champion and steward changes to protect from human-caused damage to the environment, the earth, and the life it sustains. Over 2,800 students from over 30 schools across Calgary have been educated, engaged and supported in creating projects that address the connections between energy consumption, GHGs, air quality, and climate change. Kicking off with a two-day conference, the program offers students the opportunity to participate in a unique skill-building environment with their peers led by City of Calgary staff. Following the conference, groups begin a structured 6-month inquiry-based engagement with a City of Calgary Eco-mentor, working on environmental awareness building, project development, and implementation. Each group presents their project at the annual Mayor’s Environment Expo.
https://wn.com/The_City_Of_Calgary_–_Eco_Leaders_Program
Online Youth Outreach - Vlog by Katie Bacon @Katie_bacon

Online Youth Outreach - Vlog by Katie Bacon @Katie_bacon

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  • Updated: 30 Sep 2011
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EU Kids Online reports - http://www2.lse.ac.uk/media@lse/research/EUKidsOnline/Home.aspx Munch poke ping report - http://www.carrick-davies.com/research/vulnerable-young-people
https://wn.com/Online_Youth_Outreach_Vlog_By_Katie_Bacon_Katie_Bacon
Changing The World In Your Pajamas | Ciara Judge | TEDxTeen

Changing The World In Your Pajamas | Ciara Judge | TEDxTeen

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  • Updated: 01 Feb 2016
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There is a global food crisis to be solved. Why not solve it in your pajamas? TEDxTeen opening music by BlackDoe Ciara Judge is an 18 year-old scientist and entrepreneur from Kinsale, Ireland. Over the past three years, she has won the BT Young Scientist, the European Union Contest for Young Scientists and the Google Global Science Fair with her teammates for their research on the work of rhizobium with cereal crops. In September 2014, Time Magazine named Ciara as one of the 25 most influential teens worldwide, and she has been pegged as a 'rising star' and 'one to watch' by several national and international news outlets. She is now co-director of her first company, Germinaid Innovations, with Emer Hickey. Last summer, she began work on her second startup PurchaseMate, while studying at MIT, Boston. Ciara is currently working with a global team on a new not-for-profit youth outreach platform called Project Zilkr to provide an online structured program that inspires young entrepreneurs. Ciara's entrepreneurial exploits, along with her philanthropic efforts with the Chernobyl Children's Project, This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
https://wn.com/Changing_The_World_In_Your_Pajamas_|_Ciara_Judge_|_Tedxteen
Youth Mobile Outreach

Youth Mobile Outreach

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  • Duration: 7:03
  • Updated: 05 Aug 2010
  • views: 45
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An Educational Video provided by The Mobile Queen www.go2txt.com providing information on how Non Profits & other Youth Serving Organizations can make their Youth Outreach "Mobile" - With the use of text messages. Visit www.go2txt.com for more information. Engage & Inform your Youth Today!
https://wn.com/Youth_Mobile_Outreach
Christian Coalition National Youth Outreach Director Jonothon Brunson on Energy Job Creation

Christian Coalition National Youth Outreach Director Jonothon Brunson on Energy Job Creation

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  • Updated: 03 Oct 2013
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https://wn.com/Christian_Coalition_National_Youth_Outreach_Director_Jonothon_Brunson_On_Energy_Job_Creation
(Un)Equal Europe? - Symposium 01-06-2016 [Part 1]

(Un)Equal Europe? - Symposium 01-06-2016 [Part 1]

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2016
  • views: 24
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The partnership in the field of youth between the European Union and the Council of Europe has held the Symposium “(Un)Equal Europe? Responses from the Youth Sector” in Budapest on 29 May-2 June. The Symposium took a cross-sectoral approach and drew learning from how young people experiencing social exclusion and multiple forms of discrimination are supported in education, employment, health and police. Participants looked at the role youth work plays in the lives of young people falling through the system and made proposals on what to improve. Key messages from the symposium focused on the need to improve communication among the actors in the youth sector and with other policy fields, ensuring comprehensive multi-lateral support and identifying, together with young people themselves, alternative paths to social inclusion and participation in society. Participants stressed the importance of sustainable youth work infrastructure and resources, peer learning, adaptation of good practice and improved outreach methods for young people that suffer multiple discrimination and barriers to finding their place in today’s Europe. At this particular time, the symposium also explored how newly arrived young refugees experience Europe, what are their challenges to settling and how youth work can enhance that process through its inherent creativity, innovation and solidarity. In this video you will listen to: - Veronica Stefan '2:16': developing practical solutions to inequalities and social exclusion - Sergio Marques and Alexandra Severino '18:05' : is there a link between young people’s social situation and their European citizenship identity? - Mohammed Alsaud '35:50': working on integration of migrants in community life - Amerah Saleh '1:06:31' : concluding poem (click for more: http://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/unequal-europe)
https://wn.com/(Un)Equal_Europe_Symposium_01_06_2016_Part_1
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