On Wednesday, October 25, 2006, the Center for Schools and Communities and the National League of Cities offered a live, online presentation on ways municipal leaders and public care systems are working to reengage older youth (16-24) who lack strong connections to school, work and the broader community.
The session previewed forthcoming research findings that will soon be released in a National League of Cities' Institute for Youth, Education, and Families publication.
The publication is built around case study research of eight U.S. cities, including Philadelphia....MORE
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4 January 2007
3 January 2007
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has announced the 9th Annual Young Producer’s Ward. It is a scholarship program for high school seniors intending to major in a communications-related field when they enter college. The scholarship is worth $2500 and a first-runner up scholarship is available for $500. The scholarships will be awarded to the individuals who prepare the most creative and effective storyboard and script for a 30-second televised public service announcement (PSA) dealing with the following topic: “Bullies: Don’t Be One; Don’t Tolerate One”. In addition to the monetary award, the winner will have an opportunity to work with area television professionals to produce a broadcast-quality PSA based on the storyboard. Once the PSA is produced, it will be aired on local television stations.
See their website at www.natasmid-atlantic.org/ypa.htm for entry forms, script format, storyboard format, content guidelines and research information. The deadline for submission is February 23, 2007.
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