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Celebrating the Bronx

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Students Stand Up for Peace

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It’s Always Time to GYT

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On April 24, our JAM Peer Educators hosted a workshop at the Next Generation Center for about a dozen teens. The motivation behind the workshop was GYT: Get Yourself Tested. The phrase is the brainchild of MTV, but it’s been taken up nationwide, including in the South Bronx.

Harlem Hoopsters with an Eye on College

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There are plenty of talented ball players who might not quite get on the radar of St. John’s or Syracuse but whose skills can net them a college education. About 50 young men at that level gathered on April 29 at Milbank Center for the 7th Annual Basketball Showcase.

National Foster Care Month

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Today we kick off National Foster Care Month by announcing a special day for the men and women who offer their homes and themselves to children and teenagers in foster care by becoming much needed foster parents. Later in the month we will host a special day for the Children’s Aid Society foster parents and their friends who are interested in becoming a foster parent.

Keeping Track of NYC’s Children

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Every two years, the Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC) releases a report that is valued by all of us who work with children and advocate for them.

Hope Leadership Hosts Annual “The Pen, Pad, and Poet” Workshop Series

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On Friday, April 17, the lights were low at Hope Leadership Academy save for a single spotlight in front of a wall of posters that helped transform the center into a poetry den. In celebration of National Poetry Month, six talented teen poets from the center were paired with mentors to work on editing, stage presence, and voice projection.

What will your fairytale ending be?

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That was the question asked of students in The Children’s Aid Society’s School Age programs in February. In order to highlight activities that the Associates Council’s annual Spring Fundraiser would support, the AC hosted a creative writing contest for students in multiple after-school programs.

Taking it to the Bank

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Associates Council join 50 students in Fitness Jamboree

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On March 28, Associates Council (AC) members volunteered at the Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem for the Sixth Annual Fitness Jamboree, a signature AC event where students (grades K-5) spend an entire Saturday participating in physical fitness activities. This year activities included soccer, dance, basketball, and martial arts.

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