Youth Scholarships for National Urban Service-Learning Institute
Posted by on April 6, 2009
The National Urban Service Learning Institute
The Institute for Global Education and Service Learning has funds available that will provide training grants to local education agencies interested in bringing a team of students to the National Urban Service Learning Institute.
Email email@example.com for application information. Applications should be submitted no later than April 24, 2009
Youth Leadership Track—Engaging and empowering youth means more than having them make posters and plan dances. This special “Youth to Youth” (Y2Y) strand of the National Urban Service Learning Institute will engage youth in personal leadership development, as well as provide opportunities for youth to take their service-learning initiatives to a new level. Teams of youth will have the opportunity to develop the skills and gain the resources necessary to train other youth and adults in high quality service-learning and evaluate the impact of these initiatives. Schools are encouraged to bring a team of 4-6 youth participants who will be able to take the knowledge and skills learned at this Institute back to their local communities.
Join us for this annual two-day event that focuses on applying K-12 Service-Learning Standards for Quality Practice in urban environments. Hosted by the National Youth Leadership Council with support from New Foundations Charter School and the Institute for Global Education and Service Learning.
Visit http://www.nylc.org for more information about this event.
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