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The Seattle Youth Commission application is now online at http://seattle.gov/syc*. The Commission exists to represent the interests of teenagers directly to local elected officials, and it presents a great opportunity for young people to engage directly with decision-makers on issues … Continue reading
This message was presented by the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board, please see their website for more details on how youth can qualify: http://www.hecb.wa.gov/Paying/waaidprgm/CollegeBoundScholarship.asp The College Bound Scholarship provides hope and incentive for students and families who otherwise might not … Continue reading
The YouthCAN Summer Cultural Arts Experience is all about the environment this summer. In fact, this summer begins a three year initiative on what we’re calling environmental heritage. What is environmental heritage? Simply put, environmental heritage is the historic relationship … Continue reading
Are you thinking about applying to YouthCAN for the 2011 Summer Cultural Arts Experience? The first 10 people to submit the application win a free pass to May’s JamFest – the I.D.’s summer music festival! Learn more about the line … Continue reading
Tuesday, July 5th – Saturday, August 6th Apply by April 29th Click here for the 2011 Summer YouthCAN Application Have you ever thought about the connection between art and the environment? Does Japanese Heritage interest you? Are you in high … Continue reading
Download the invitation here: YouthCAN reception Why did YouthCAN receive one of 15 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program (NAHYP) Awards out of a pool of over 400 youth arts programs from across the country? Join us for an NAHYP … Continue reading