Parents, caregivers, and school personnel can make a positive impact by educating young people about mental health and modeling healthy social media use.
Mental Health America has created a Back to School Toolkit to help youth and those who care for them navigate virtual spaces.
|Calling all parents and caregivers of K-12 or collegiate students! Join Equipando Padres for an insightful session aimed at supporting your child’s academic journey.
This month’s workshop is: “Learn about Academic Advising!” Thursday, October 26 4:00pm-5:00pm PST | 5:00pm-6:00pm MST | 6:00pm-7:00pm CST | 7:00pm-8:00pm EST
Zoom links for the sessions will be sent out the week of the event. Workshops will be offered in English and Spanish.
En español, for your convenience:
¡Llamando a todos los padres y cuidadores de K-12 o estudiantes universitarios Únase a nosotros para una sesión perspicaz destinada a apoyar el viaje académico de su hijo.
El taller de este mes es: “¡Aprende sobre asesoramiento académico!” (consejería)
Jueves, 26 de octubre 4:00pm-5:00pm PST | 5:00pm-6:00pm MST | 6:00pm-7:00pm CST | 7:00pm-8:00pm EST Los enlaces de Zoom para las sesiones se enviarán la semana del evento. Los talleres se ofrecerán en inglés y español. ¡Regístrese hoy! For any inquiries or bulk registrations, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Next Step Academics offers comprehensive services and hands-on experiences designed to empower students and pave the way for their success. Whether you’re a high school student preparing for college, seeking a rewarding career through trade programs, or considering a path in the military, their dedicated programs are tailored to meet your unique needs.
Join them Saturday, October 28th at 11am for an action-packed military training event at vFiT Gym 24/7 in Houston, Texas! Get ready to push your limits and experience the thrill of intense physical challenges.
This session is great for those training to join the military.
Registration for the last quarterly meeting of 2023 is now open!
The theme is Integrate AI. Artificial Intelligence or AI, is being explored by many, including our youth. November’s quarterly meeting will be centered around AI and empowering educators to discover the transformative potential of AI in education. This meeting will be led by Eduscape, a social innovation company built by educators for educators who want to enhance student interaction with content material by empowering educational communities to ethically, strategically, and impactfully integrate AI.
When: Wednesday, November 15, 2023
Time: 9a-11a central standard time
Where: Zoom (Click below to register
If you have questions regarding this topic that you’d like to submit, please send them to email@example.com.
|The last Bay Area Center Community Resource Fair for the year 2023 will take place on Friday November 17th, 2023. UW Bay Area Center would love for you to be a vendor at the Community Resource Fair & educate the community about various services that you offer. Registration will end on Friday October 27th, 2023. Kindly fill out the attached form and send it to Teni Osinowo via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Houston Police Department Midwest Division is collecting candy donations and asking for volunteers for its Trunk or Treat event coming up in October. Volunteers will be asked to decorate their cars and hand out candy. Those interested may send an email to Midwest.DRT@HoustonPolice.org.
|Urban Harvest’s Mobile Farmers Market is coming to your neighborhood. Everything is sourced from local farms and producers and sold at cost. The Mobile Markets are Double Up Food Bucks sites, so customers with their EBT/Lone Star card receive a free dollar of produce for every EBT dollar spent.
When: Sat. Sept 23rd 10am – 1pm | Where: New Hope Housing, 5220 Avenue J
When: Tues, Sept 26th 4pm – 7pm | Where: Avenue Center, 3517 Irvington Blvd.
When: Thurs, Sept 28th, 2pm – 4pm | Where: Burbank Middle School, 315 Berry Rd
The mission of Family Scholar House is to end the cycle of poverty and transform our community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long self-sufficiency.
They provide services for participants BEFORE they even enroll into school all the way through graduation. They can help them discover a major (through YouScience), find a school with that major, and help them with the application process. Family Scholar House helps participants access financial assistance to pay for classes and books s well.
They cannot do all of the work themselves so they are always seeking out partner organizations in which they can refer participants to including childcare, financial stability, workforce development and housing. They are specifically looking for organizations who can assist with early childhood childcare to assist parents that are attending school fulltime. If you are able to partner and/or would like more information, please contact Felicia Young at email@example.com or (346) 399-6278.
Resources for Educational Resources
- Selfies, Social, And Screens: Navigating Virtual Spaces For Youth Toolkit
- Equipando Padres: Learn About Academic Advising
- Free Military Workout for Houston Students
- Register for Out 2 Learn’s November Quarterly Meeting
- United Way Bay Area Center Community Resource Fair
- The Learning Fundamentals
- Midwest Trunk or Treat
- Urban Harvest Mobile Farmers Markets
- In-Person Coalition and Networking Event
- Family Scholar House