Tag Archives: youth
On the low levels of participation among young voters, Ayón points to the traditional vote model. It predicts the likelihood of someone voting on a person’s proximity on factors like age, income, and educational level, all of which are less attributable in young voters.
Sun Street Center and their youth program Safe Teens Empowerment Project (STEPS) in Salinas, CA talk about the services they are currently providing, in their drug and alcohol prevention program, youth involvement, and the participation on the campaign to bring awareness about the international overdose prevention on August 31, 2020. Guests: Reyna Alcala and Jorge Rubio, […]
Youth speak with Dr. Oscar Gantes about the effects of the corona virus in their life, their education, sports, work, and future and how they can help keep safe. Guests: Dr. Oscar Gantes from the Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital and Norma Ahedo, Promoters Coordinator from the Center of Community Advocacy
Alza Tu Voz / Speak Out youth radio project participants engage in a round table discussion about how they are dealing with the shelter at home order, adapting to taking classes online and the different activities to avoid getting depressed. <strong>Guests: </strong>Roco Contreras, Andrea Martinez, Alejandra Miranda, & Angel Ramon
Alza Tu Voz / Speak Out youth radio project participants engage in a round table discussion about how they are dealing with the shelter at home order, adapting to taking classes online and the different activities to avoid getting depressed. Guests: Roco Contreras, Andrea Martinez, Alejandra Miranda, & Angel Ramon
Youth participants from Empower Watsonville Service Learning Group a program of Pajaro Valley Prevention and Students Assistance, talk about their work about the dangers of tobacco and e-cigarettes, community engagement, and youth leadership conference. Guests: Patricia Mata, Special Projects both from Pajaro Valley Prevention and Student Assistance in Watsonville, CA and the youth participants of […]
Youth learn about financial concepts from to develop best practices on spending and saving for their future. Guest: Maria T. Cadena, Executive Director for Santa Cruz Community Ventures
Everett Alvarez’s High School Dreamers’ Club in Salinas, CA, a student-led organization, seeks to raise awareness, create community, and advocate for immigration reform. We provide students and families with resources, community service opportunities, and support with college applications and scholarships, as well as information regarding the Dream Act and DACA. Guests: Ms. Ana Barrera, Mr.Jason […]
All four Ramirez siblings attended the prestigious University of California at Berkeley. That’s no small accomplishment for a farm working family living in one of the poorest cities in California, and one of the least educated in the country.