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The Youth Engagement through Science (YES!) internship is a career immersion and science communication program for youth between the ages of 14-19, who are currently enrolled in high school (grades 9-11) in the Washington, D.C., region. The YES! program, which runs from June-November, gives interns practical experience through a hands-on science internship with Smithsonian science staff. By participating in the program, teens will also have access to behind-the-scenes tours and field trips, creative studio workshops, college preparatory classes, and the opportunity to create their own TED-type talks.


The B.L.O.C.K. (Building Leaders Out of Canton's Kids) is a 3,000 square foot, state-of-the-art youth and teen center. Since 2001, The B.L.O.C.K. has provided after school and youth development programs for thousands of teens in the community. The center offers a safe, supervised and social setting for teens ages 11-17. To learn more about The B.L.O.C.K.'s programming, or to schedule a tour, please call 734/398-5570 or reach out via email Opens a New Window. .


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At The B.L.O.C.K., we are dedicated to providing a safe, exciting and positive environment for all of our participants to utilize and enjoy. The B.L.O.C.K. staff is trained to use good sense and moral character in order to be strong role models for all participants. We combine activities at The B.L.O.C.K. and other Canton Leisure Services facilities to make our facility relevant and engaging to teenagers.


A team of dedicated staff members provide supervision during program hours and serve as positive adult role models. Staff members focus on providing a safe and secure environment for this diverse group of teens. When it comes to finding an environment that works best for your children, The B.L.O.C.K. staff creates a unique gathering spot that provides plenty of fun and creative programming. To contact us please call 734/398-5570 or email Opens a New Window. .


Scott Kardel: Scott is back for his second go around of working at the BLOCK and is so excited to be back! He is currently studying at Eastern Michigan University where he is pursuing his masters in social work. Scott has spent seven years working with teens and adolescents and is passionate about promoting youth empowerment. Scott hopes to provide mental health services to youth and teens upon completing his masters. When he isn't working or studying, Scott loves to explore, travel, and write.


This summer they're responding to what they found, and it's not only local teens reaping the benefits: Open Road youth leaders are cleaning up parks, organizing block parties to help make the neighborhoods feel safer, and creating community maps that provide information such as the best parks to bring toddlers, which parks are friendly by day but dangerous at night, and which are good hang-outs for teens. The maps will be distributed in community centers.


The workers at Open Road are some of what experts estimate to be several thousand New York City teenagers who spend all or part of their summers working to change the world, or at least their communities. New York City has a particularly rich history of youth activism and organizing, from the Young Lords and underground high school newspapers of the 1960s to the 2002 youth organizing that helped stop the proposed juvenile jail for Brooklyn.


Many of these teens work specifically on behalf of other youth, like Tiffany Chiu, 17, who worked with the HIV Prevention Organizing Project (or H-POP). Chiu surveyed students to determine whether New York City high schools were providing condoms to students who requested them, which is required by the New York City Board of Education. These mandates, explained Chiu, "are really important, but they're not enforced. A lot of high schools aren't following the rule."


Partly due to the over one hundred New York City groups working with activist-minded young people, that's slowly changing. The notion that youth should have a voice as well as a means to effect change is becoming increasingly common. In the last ten years, even New York City's Administration for Children's Services has begun several initiatives for teens to share their points of view in foster care, including a youth advisory board. And one aspect of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan for education reform is getting "report cards" from public school students on how their schools measure up.


A new study analyzing physical activity at different phases of life for more than 9,000 elderly women finds that routine exercise at any age was associated with a reduced risk for cognitive decline or dementia, but that regular physical activity during teenage years was most strongly linked to a lower risk for mental deterioration later


It's that time of year again--when countlessAmerican teens are preparing for their annual trek to summercamp. But for those parents envisioning a more educational approachfor their daughters, consider these camps with anentrepreneurial edge:


The luxury sector appeared weakened last month after Tiffany trimmed its full-year guidance, but Binetti said that outlook was company-specific. Ralph Lauren looked strong, he added, even in Europe, where the company saw a growth rate in the teens and it was buying back licenses.


Sixteen-year-old Koral and her older brother Emrik risk their lives each day to capture the monstrous maristags that live in the black seas around their island. They have to, or else their family will starve.


All sixteen-year-old Georgia Avis wants is everything, but the poverty and hardship that defines her life has kept her from the beautiful and special things she knows she deserves. When she stumbles upon the dead body of thirteen-year-old Ashley James, Georgia teams up with Ashley's older sister Nora, to find the killer before he strikes again, and their investigation throws Georgia into a glittering world of unimaginable privilege and wealth--and all she's ever dreamed. But behind every dream lurks a nightmare, and Georgia must reconcile her heart's desires with what it really takes to survive. As Ashley's killer closes in and their feelings for one another grow, Georgia and Nora will discover when money, power, and beauty rule, it's not always a matter of who is guilty but who is guiltiest--and the only thing that might save them is each other.


After a lifetime spent globetrotting with her secret agent parents and haunted by a recent trauma, sixteen-year-old Sophia Hepworth is adjusting to small-town Montana, and romance with gorgeous local boy Aksel quickly spices up her newly ordinary life. Unfortunately, just as she's settling in, vengeful terrorists loom to threaten everything she's come to love. Now Sophia must escape across Europe and the Middle East again, this time with a surprisingly skilled Aksel in tow, and face down her violent past before she can hope for a real future. Like many a summer action blockbuster, this novel offers up a predictable plotline and ludicrous backstory in the service of pure escapist thrills. As a heroine fluent in fourteen languages with weapons training to match, who namedrops exotic locales and designer names with equal frequency, Sophia is less relatable real girl, more traumatized cipher, and Aksel operates as little more than her sexy, supportive secret-warrior hero. Still, what the novel lacks in character depth or plausibility it makes up for with passion and action, as it shifts gears from hot-and-heavy small-town romance to international venues full of shootouts, car chases, hand-to-hand combat, and explosions. Readers might not remember the characters but they may still enjoy the fast, frivolous fun. 041b061a72


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