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Showing Great Appreciation for Our Educators - Part Three

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As a program coordinator and educator for our food justice after-school programs, Natalie Greaves-Peters, works diligently to empower middle and high school students to explore how food and social justice intersect in their communities.

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The Power in Prevention

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According to the Center for Disease Control, teen pregnancy rates are at a historic low in the United States. Educating teens on safe sexual practices, sexually transmitted infections, and the importance of abstinence are key ways to reducing teen pregnancy. And we have found that when that information comes from other teens, it is all the more effective.

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Showing Great Appreciation for Our Educators - Part Two

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Jen Ocampo is tasked with an important part of building students’ wellbeing. As a Carrera Family Life and Sexuality Education educator, she navigates 9th and 11thgraders through some of the important topics they come across in their teen and young adult years like reproductive health, contraception, and STIs.

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A Champion for Children, a Champion for the Bronx

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There are few jobs as tough as those working in child welfare. And too often, the dedicated people that work in that field do so without thanks or recognition.

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Showing Great Appreciation for Our Educators

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May is National Teacher Appreciation Month, and we would like to use this opportunity to thank our educators. Every week in May, we will shine a light on an educator from a different corner of our organization, who is working in a critical capacity to help our students achieve their full potential. This week we shine the spotlight on Jessica Roman.

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Elite Hoopsters in Harlem

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At several of our centers in Harlem, we have thriving basketball programs that do far more than develop a good crossover dribble. The exercise they provide is fundamental to good health, but kids also reap a host of other intangible benefits.

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Our Frontline Hero

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When New York Nonprofit Media asked organizations to nominate their frontline heroes, the most difficult task was figuring out how to select one person from a staff that is stocked with heroes.

We nominated several people and NYNM chose Carmen Gonzalez, our Early Head Start education director at P.S. 5 in Washington Heights. They held a celebratory breakfast this week, and she was joined by members of her family and the Children’s Aid family as well.

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Our Youth of the Year

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Children’s Aid is extremely proud of its partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of America. Together, we offer programs at four sites that build well-being for our kids in so many different ways. Put another way, we collaborate on challenging our youth to reach new heights.

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Your Annual Dose of Inspiration

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This blog post has unofficially but quickly become one of the most anticipated among the many that appear annually throughout the Children’s Aid calendar.

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Teens Make an Impact through Service

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Youth at the East Harlem Center Keystone Club have been building an impressive name for themselves. Last year club members tackled the challenge of improving police and youth relations in their community. They decided to host #KnowYourRightsNYC, a forum to educate their peers about their civic rights.

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