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How is the summer job market looking for youth, young people and recent High School plus young college graduates will be the topic along with current hot topics & sports news...
Tune in to be inspired by a group of young people who decided that they would make a difference in their community by starting a project called 'Knitting Hope'.
They knit hats for newborns and cancer patients and fund raise for their materials.
Even the youngest among us can make a difference by choosing to step up and take on a project that inspires them.
We are so excited to be able to share their story with our listeners!
Because of something that happened to us this weekend and a situation we where put in we want to talk about it. Young people are very different from when i was growing up.. Young people thing they have to scare people into respecting them or take respect when respect is earned. We have so many question about this subject. Tune from 7pm to 9pm tonight and join in on the conversation the call in number is (858) 947-1929
Michael Knight a Facebook Friend shared this link with me and I thought I would pass it along
Higher Education Bloomberg Business week
Let's Start Telling Young People the Whole Truth about College
By Karen Cates July 16, 2014
As I was reading this article my partner Armando calls me out of the blue and says let’s do a show and talk about this
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Good Deeds presents Dr. Rebera Foston. Dr. Foston help the younger generation who are spiritually disenfranchised in America. Speaking with younger adults and youth to help them spiritually is DrFoston main objective. Author of many books including her acclaimed poetry, Dr. Rebera is guiding the younger generation to a better adulthood. The problem is that adolescence is too crowded! It is filled with children who have been catapulted there and deprived of their childhood. It is also filled with adults who never left adolescence because they never healed from a childhood trauma. It is also filled with the young people who are supposed to be there, but they are being crowded out by the other two groups. Because so many young people are crowded out of their own developmental space, many have developed an “Addiction to hopelessness.” Adolescence is already turbulent enough without the added pressures of this unique addiction.
Dr. Rebera believes that each adolescent has at least one unique gift that needs to be nurtured as the focal point towards his or her journey to adulthood. If young people are not assisted in finding their gifts, their “addiction to hopelessness” worsens. Many cannot find or nurture this gift alone. They must be mentored holistically. In their advertising, traditional mentoring programs use the slogan that “anyone can be a mentor.” We do not believe that this is true. If an adult is not whole or at least on their way to wholeness, they may actually harm the teen they are supposed to be trying to help. Learn more at www.fostoninstitute.com
Good Morning and welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. This morning, we will be discussing the following topics:
1ST SEGMENT: RED LINE CROSSED, NOW WHAT?-Things are heating up in Syria. Now that it appears chemical weapons were used on the Syrian people, what will the US do next?
2ND SEGMENT: 50 YEARS-It has been 50 years since MLK delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. We will discuss his legacy.
3RD SEGMENT: GIVE THEM THEIR DUE!-We spend so much time talking about the negative things that young people do, it is time to focus on young people who are out there making it happen!!
Today, Dr. Annie Abram and Ms. Darlene Kiyan of Break the Cycle will help us to start a conversation with young people about having healthy relationships.
Why is it so difficult, even scary, for parents to talk with their adolescents about dating, unhealthy relationships, and how they can best protect themselves? Let’s get real: how many of you had a discussion about the birds and bees with your parents as a teenager? Frequently, we as parents don’t have the modeling of our own parents to guide the way. But we must
find a way to start the conversation with our children/adolescents in order for both children and parents to feel as safe and protected as possible.
Darlene Kiyan joined Break the Cycle in 2014. She has more than fifteen years of professional experience in human service delivery and advocacy. She has extensive experience in the management of non-profit organizations and programmatic implementation strategies. Prior to joining Break the Cycle, Darlene was the Executive Director for Playworks, working with at risk youth, reducing bullying and developing leadership skills. Originally from Canada, Darlene graduated from the University of Alberta before moving to Japan to study language and culture. As a mother of two, Darlene understands the importance of empowering youth to have healthy relationships and is excited to continue the education.
Gatekeepers & The importance of saving young people across this nation. How can our young people benefit from life-coaching with Kelly J. Joyner. Special guest Pat Evans will discuss how we are missing a very important piece to the puzzle; the clinical side of hurting young people.
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