This week’s praise goes out to all my parent college graduates. Whether it was graduating this semester, last semester or the parents who graduated 10 years ago, you all did it and deserve all the praise in the world! P.S. big shoutout to my husband who was interviewed for this article!
This is a special program for young adults interested in taking a deeper dive into the visual arts. This program not only offers participants an opportunity to explore various art mediums, but it uses the fine art in the Crocker’s collection as a point of inspiration. Crocker staff and local artists will drop in to […]
The Mid City CAN Youth Council envisions a world where young people thrive and everything is possible when we invest in education, not incarceration. They believe, with proper support, all young people can participate meaningfully in decision-making. They are a group of young people, ages 13-18, who want to create change in Southeast San Diego’s […]
There are only 21 days from Election Day and as part of the effort to engage youth in the democratic process and ensure voters in Yolo county are provided with the best access to voting, the Yolo County Elections Team are in need of your help in recruiting high school age students, 16 years and older, […]
During this year’s Big Day of Giving, nonprofits in the Sacramento region raised a record $13.4 million, which is pretty Awesome! If you donated to any nonprofit organization last week, thank you so much for helping make our communities even brighter.
Summer may seem far away, but it is right around the corner as many of us are experiencing fresh flower blooms around us. As you may have guessed, many summer programs, are preparing for an engaging 2022 summer, and have already opened enrollment. Our young people need the connections found not only in school but […]
While the Praise our Peeps section is normally a space to call out all the excellent things we have seen from the members of our community, it’s important to remind ourselves that while we celebrate women during March that we do so with intersectionality in mind. This article from The Daily Campus is a great […]
Every year, March is designated Women’s History Month by presidential proclamation. The month is set aside to honor women’s contributions to American history. KCRA News broadcast March 7, 2022, highlighting the California Museum’s new exhibit honors achievements of 250 CA women called “Women Inspire: California Women Changing Our World”.Check out the Museums online exhibit and webcast […]
The Creation District is a Sacramento area programming hub that provides a safe haven for creation, discovery, activism, daring, and dream-making for youth and young adults experiencing homelessness. By offering so many programs like Open Studio, Music Experimentation Lab, and Open Stage sessions the Creation District is doing essential work in Sacramento, and we cannot […]
Sacramento’s Latino Center of Art and Culture brings new life to a landmark, continuing its vital celebration of heritage. “The work is never done when it comes to running a nonprofit arts organization, but through the decades the LCAC has evolved from a small bookstore on 12th and F streets to a force that continues […]
It’s always so cool to see students advocating for themselves and their peers, especially when it comes to providing resources centering wellbeing. Through-out the past 18 months Students in Southern California have pushed to make change in their state when it comes to providing Holistic Mental Health Support.
Announcing the 5th Annual, 2022 Site Coordinator Symposium: Back to the Future. The convening will provide hybrid opportunities, either in-person or virtually, from Wednesday, February 2– Saturday, February 5, 2022. A unique opportunity to learn from peers, colleagues, and other experts during this informative 4-day event. Additionally, partners throughout the state are excited to provide Site […]