Increasing its total beyond last year’s 92 programs, 109 are already on board to bring hands-on philanthropy education to students in their classrooms, clubs, and programming, and there’s reportedly still room for more. The organization offers the opportunity for teachers and facilitators to bring a “meaningful and memorable philanthropy and grant-making experience” to students at their schools.
Cincinnati Nature Center believes it is not enough to tell young people the importance of conservation, but that we must get them involved in leading real change. For the past several months, a group of dedicated, eco-conscious teens have been…
Tellus Zine – a creative leadership program for teens facilitated by Kennedy Heights Arts Center – is seeking creative teens, grades 9-12, to join a teen-led editorial board as they gear up to produce a third issue.
alley Interfaith Community Resource Center is entering its 13th year of providing a fresh start and helping hand to students in upper Mill Creek Valley communities, giving them a positive start to school year.