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Bridging Generations Update! July 2017

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Meet our Bridging Generations 2017 Crew!…
Bridging Generations is a youth program under Asian Health Services that aims to bridge the intergenerational gap that Asian and Pacific Islander-identifying youth experience with their elders. The program recognizes that understanding one’s community and heritage is important for overall mental and physical health. It seeks to reconnect youth with their historical and cultural roots and strengthen their confidence in themselves and their identities as young Asian Americans. The program provides a safe and empowering space where students can learn from and teach each other about the world around them and how they fit in it through historical and political workshops,

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Project PARTNER Needs Adult Allies

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Have you wanted to work more closely with the community and youth in Chinatown?
Love Oakland and want to help youth make it a healthier community?
Have skills that you know can help build up emerging youth leaders?
AHS Youth Program has been invited to develop a youth and adult research and advisory board that will teach youth how to create, develop, and conduct health research that is community based and youth-led.
We are currently looking for 6-8 adults to represent the community that are willing to work in partnership with youth and want to bring their talents to improve Oakland and Chinatown.
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About

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.

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