Teen Development

Children’s Aid Panthers Win Rawl Cup!

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The Children’s Aid Society Panthers, a girls basketball team based at the Frederick Douglass Center in Harlem, emerged victorious at the 2010 Rawl Cup. The Panthers defeated a Texas all-star team for the championship in the 14 and under division.

Children’s Aid Prepares Youth for the Changing Job Market

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A Year in Review: I.S. 166 Middle School Youth Council

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Report On Teen Leadership: Leading by Example

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Kevon’s Choices

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Kevon Simpson and how with the help of our Next Generation Center and counselor, Leslie Smith is attending Erie Community College in Buffalo New York. The following is an excerpt from the original article, which was published in the November 30th issue of the New York Times.  

2010 Children’s Aid Youth Council “Make a Change” Conference

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Finding a Surprise After Refinancing a Mortgage

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Carol Schlossman received assistance in paying $10,000 in mortgage arrears.

Teen Access to Healthcare is a Priority for Children’s Aid

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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.

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