Teen Development

Mixing Art and Technology, and Finding Empowerment

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After struggling in high school, Nazaury Delgado, 19, was accepted to the Fashion Institute of Technology on a full scholarship (click for more photos)

A Head Start on TV Careers, With the Garden as a Lab

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Moses McRae and Jazmyn Benjamin, both 15, were at Madison Square Garden, where workers, officials and athletes served as interview subjects and mentors to the students.

Get Fit For Life with Kelsey Stevens at The Children's Aid Society's Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem

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Sports & Fitness for the whole family is available year round at The Children's Aid Society's Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem. There is something for everyone: female focused fitness and basketball programs and an inter-generational program that brings in children and their family members regardless of age. Want to manage some of the biggest names in Sports? Learn how the Sport Management program at Dunlevy Milbank is preparing its teens for such an exciting career.

Children’s Aid Supports Juvenile Justice Programs

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Climbing to Success, and Helping Others Along

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Patrick Alvarez, left, and Isaias Garcia serving up a turkey dinner last week in Harlem.

Next Generation Center and the Radio Rookies

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Children's Aid Supports Juvenile Justice Programs

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The Children's Aid Society in New York: Hope Leadership Academy

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A new study says that for children and teens who suffer violence at the hands of peers, immediate one-on-one mentoring on how to avoid conflict and diffuse threats reduces their risk of becoming victims again. Participants who received personalized counseling and formed a mentoring relationship with counselors reported 25% fewer fights and 42% fewer injuries from fights six months later.

Mentoring Self Esteem and Building Success in Life with The Children's Aid Society in New York

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Keeping it Fun: Coach "Hammer" Stevens Teaches Kids Basketball, Integrity and the Value of Education

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