“In the sky, there is no distinction of east and west; people create distinctions out of their own minds and then believe them to be true.” – Buddha
We have a great opportunity for all of our young womyn and transgender youth ages 14-18!
Turn Up The BASE (Building Activists through Social Justice Education) in association with Coleman Advocates, is offering a FREE three day retreat at beautiful Point Reyes from August 1st through August 3rd.
The youth will get a chance to participate in fun workshops and activities to help make positive changes in their communities.
To apply on link please click on the link below:
For more information please click on www.facebook.com/turnupthebase or contact them at email@example.com…
Hurry, spaces are filling up fast!!!
Are you between the ages of 16 and 22 and would like to learn about the economy and money management?
How would you like to do all of that and get paid a $150 stipend on top of that?!
You are in luck because Game Theory Academy’s Money Management class is starting soon and they need you to enroll!
Don’t worry, this is actually a short-term commitment of only 10 weeks. Once you finish the course, you will receive a $150 stipend!
Classes will be held at GTA’s office in Oakland either on Wednesdays or Thursdays from 4:30-6:30.
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The Spot is a collaborative youth center in Oakland Chinatown that supports comprehensive positive youth development to prevent violence and foster healthy transitions into adulthood. The Spot’s offers programs and activities that build young people’s competence in multiple arenas, as well as develop their confidence, connection to people and institutions, character, and compassion. The theme of the youth center is “Ready for the Future” and The Spot’s culturally attuned activities will include tiered mentorship, leadership roles, and internships for youth to gain knowledge and skills in health and wellness, history and culture, job training/college readiness, and leadership. Instead of merely being a space with co-located services, The Spot will be coordinated to provide a web of support and opportunities for youth and young adults. This web of support requires both a strong infrastructure for administrative as well as program coordination plus anchor partners with youth development expertise in program provision in the content areas.