Job Opportunity: Teen Tech Helper The Job: Helping others learn about and troubleshoot their digital devices on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm at Adriance Memorial Library. You: A patient, serviced-oriented person with a working knowledge of tech (smartphones, email, Mac, PC, etc.) who is comfortable explaining basic usage to others. Hourly Rate: $12.10 How to Apply: Send a letter of interest and completed application to Martha Farrell at email@example.com.
September 15-17, 2022 The annual PKX Festival, in and around the Trolley Barn Gallery serve as the building blocks for the development of a Youth Arts Empowerment Zone in the City of Poughkeepsie. The Youth Arts Empowerment Zone is a 10-year plan to establish a youth arts district along Main Street. It will focus on youth-driven placemaking in and around the Trolley Barn. In its early stages, The Art Effect will host youth-led arts festivals to engage the community with creative placemaking project support from the National Endowment for the Arts. There will be annual arts festivals around community-inspired artworks, created by local youth and professional artists, all of which will empower the local community. Learn more https://thearteffect.org/event/pkx/
The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society. Part of their work includes videos about history, criminal justice reform, and more.
Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson, a book review submitted by Santana Wilson Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson is a novel I had a hard time putting down. Monday’s Not Coming follows Claudia, the main character, in a search for her best friend Monday. When Claudia’s best friend Monday goes missing, she worries something has happened to her. She fears no one is searching for her or even believes that she is missing. Although this book is fiction, it speaks to the real-world issue of when young black girls go missing. This novel was eye-opening to read in the sense that it shows how susceptible society can be to the normalization of thoughtlessly ignoring when a young black girl goes missing. The novel can get confusing at times when you take into account the way the author divided it. It is possible that you may find yourself confused at the beginning of the novel, not really knowing which time of her life she is in. Tiffany D. Jackson was very adept with the style of her writing, it kept me engaged in the story she was telling. I always found myself wanting to know more of the story.
Mahogany submitted these original illustrations "inspired by @lavendertowne's series "If ___ turned to cute girls (Or guys)". I made this because I felt like inside out didn't have enough positive characters. Here's some quirks for all of them. (1) Love has the ability to melt into a puddle and move around like Splatoon characters (Minus the squid). I did this because love sometimes makes you feel like melting into a puddle. (2) Whenever I think of Curiosity, I think about young children, so that's why he looks the youngest (Though he's probably as old as Joy and sadness). He probably stores everything he finds interesting in his hair. I also think he can't say something without making it sound like a question. (3) Nostalgia probably sounds like the women on the T.V. during the 50s. She's basically the parent friend. (4) I like to think that Tired always does night shifts, which is why he might always be tired. He always whispers when he talks."
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Cary Institute offers summer youth programming, paid research Students in grades 4-12 have an opportunity to learn and get paid this summer as part of two Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies programs: • The Institute Discovering Environmental Scientists program (TIDES): This week-long New York State Department of Environmental Conservation program is held at Norrie Point Environmental Center. Students work along the Hudson River and in freshwater tidal wetlands conducting research. Students learn how to formulate scientific questions, gather data and conduct scientific analysis. It runs July 11- 22 with presentations on July 23. • Mid-Hudson Young Environmental Scientists (MH-YES): Students in 9-12th grade and graduating seniors will spend three weeks learning about Dutchess County’s ecology at the Cary Institute and Marist College. They’ll work in teams to carry out their own research. The program is limited to 12 students. The program builds students’ knowledge, skills, motivation and confidence to pursue environmental science careers and address important issues in the local environment. Scientists, undergraduate students and educators serve as mentors. Transportation is provided for students between their home and program activities. It runs Aug. 8-26 with presentations Aug. 27. The application for these programs is due by May 13. There are
Teens! Here is a neat, paid Summer opportunity! The Public Archaeology Facility at Binghamton University (SUNY) are seeking youth participants (ages 15-26) to receive training as archaeological site monitors. These individuals would be hired for a period of three weeks (July 11-29). We are seeking youth participants who have an interest in stewardship of our national historical sites, and ideally live in the Poughkeepsie/Hyde Park area (or have reliable transportation to the area; local transportation will be provided). They have partnered with the National Park Service in a pilot archaeological monitoring program for the Summer of 2022. The program will be located at the Hyde Park, NY NPS historical sites (Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historical Site, Eleanor Roosevelt National Historical Site, and Vanderbilt Mansion National Historical Site) with trips to the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in Kinderhook. Learn more by contacting Dr. Claire Horn at firstname.lastname@example.org or Amy Roache-Fedchenko (Archeologist, Northeast Archeological Resources Program), email@example.com #teenage #teenjobs #archaeology #archaeologylife #archaeologist #summerjob #summerjobs #historicpreservation #stewardship
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