Different programs happen throughout the year and have different application deadlines. We do not currently offer job shadows. Nature serves as our outdoor classroom as we travel to explore aquatic environments. Combining classroom time with hands-on experience, this program creates a unique learning opportunity with the New England Aquarium as a resource. Teens in the program arrive with various levels of knowledge about climate change, but they are united by a desire to learn more about it as an issue of concern and are committed to learning ways to engage public audiences, particularly their peers. Participants will take part in different types of service-learning opportunities, which may include habitat cleanup and restoration, public education and outreach, and citizen science.
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Whether you are a student, a parent, a faculty member needing assistance with youth program planning ideas, or a program director, you have come to the right place. Florida Atlantic University FAU is committed to providing a safe and enriching Owl experience for children and youth engaged in FAU-affiliated and external camp youth activities. Check out our youth Program Schedule for examples of some of the exciting program offerings that are available. The Youth Programs office assists program directors with determining program emphasis, finding and training qualified staff, and planning program schedules and budgets. The application process will familiarize program directors with current standards and also offer counseling and training to ensure standards are met and maintained. We also deliver educational resources on youth protection strategies, applicable policies and laws, and assist you with navigating requirements for reporting and responding to incidents.
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Our youth employment, training and education programs provide vital experience and guidance to help prepare Minnesota's neediest young people to succeed. We also provide a wealth of practical and technical information designed to help and guide professional service providers who work closely with youth. Information on special youth initiatives in Minnesota, as well as information on projects funded by youth grants.
The Smithsonian offers fun and challenging and sometimes mind-blowing! These programs build confidence and skills of self-expression, communication, leadership, and provide college and career preparation, in extraordinary museum environments. David Skorton. It provides a direct line for youthful perspectives to Smithsonian leadership, through in-person and virtual meetings, with SSYAC members serving all Smithsonian youth by representing their ideas and concerns. Teen members receive special tours at Smithsonian museums, and gain invaluable life and leadership experience, in collaborative dialogue with other youth and the Smithsonian Secretary.