Teen Development

Equipped to Succeed

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Having access to technology is becoming increasingly important to success at school. But technology doesn’t come cheap. Many of the youth we serve are at a disadvantage because computer gear is often out of reach.

An Amazing Trip to the White House

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Several days ago, we reported about a very special trip taken by a girl, Jayda Collazo, who goes to our Milbank Dunlevy Center to participate in the Boys & Girls Club. She’s part of a program called Do-it-Yourself STEM. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math, and it’s an increasingly important part of education to prepare young people for successful careers. And Jayda has embraced STEM as a path to her goal of becoming a pediatrician.

An Evening with Acclaimed Author Regina Calcaterra

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Please join us for a night of inspiration and education. New York Times bestselling author Regina Calcaterra will discuss her critically acclaimed book Etched in Sand, a powerful memoir about her struggles and survival as a child in foster care on Long Island. Her book is available at most public libraries and from booksellers.

NYBGCA Youth of Year Competition

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Last week, The Children’s Aid Society was represented by Ciarra Leocadio in the New York State Youth of the Year competition. Ciarra, who is part of the Boys & Girls Club out of the Hope Leadership Academy, traveled to Albany on Sunday, May 18, with Angela Sharpe.

Fannie Lou Holds Peace Block Fair

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On May 15, Children’s Aid community high school Fannie Lou Hamer held its fourth annual Peace Block Fair, a tradition that started in 2010 to commemorate young victims of violence and to

2014 CAS Youth of the Year

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Earlier this week, The Children's Aid Society's Adolescence Division coordinated an internal competition to select the young person who would represent Children's Aid at the upcoming Boys & Girls Club of America’s Youth of the Year State Competition.

Phillips Nizer, LLP Helps Family In Need

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On Friday, February 14, Juana and Gregorio Rosario and their granddaughter Amy Germosen Rosario were the beneficiaries of a Valentine’s Day lunch organized by Alan Shapiro, Esq., of Phillips Nizer, LLP, at the firm’s Fifth Avenue offices. For the past eight years, Shapiro has organized this event to benefit a family that has been profiled in the New York Times Neediest Cases campaign.

CAS Advocates for School-Based Health Centers in Albany

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Today, over 600 students, parents, health advocates and CAS representatives are in Albany, lobbying for a funding solution as part of the New York State Coalition for School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs).

Food Justice Program Unveils New Website

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The Children’s Aid Society Food Justice Program recently launched its brand new website. It features student work, videos, photos and a downloadable curriculum.

Youth Ambassadors Lobby for SYEP Funding in Albany

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On Tuesday, January 28, youth advocates from The Children’s Aid Society attended the Campaign for Summer Jobs’ 15th Annual Youth Action Day in Albany. Youth Action Day is a lobbying initiative which brings together lawmakers with youth to discuss the positive impact of the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) and press for more funding.

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