The Summer San Diego Refugee Tutoring Day Camp addresses two main issues: elementary school aged resettled refugee schema building and youth leadership development. Living in City Heights, San Diego [...]
Listening: a Community’s First Response is not a project with a scheduled program of activities, instead it is a collective breath in response to emerging issues that demand quick action.
Through our project, we aim to engage and sensitize all the stakeholders in the islands regarding the importance of the turtles and the need to conserve these charismatic animals.
SJSA addresses the lack of free sewing and art making opportunities for youth in under-resourced communities. We tackle this by providing free programming to those communities. This work is important to me because I have seen the power of art in sharing opinions, informing communities, and being called to action!
We encourage young leaders to step up and into opportunities to amplify youth voice in decision making, to create solutions for a better planet, and to drive change.
This project is designed to create an atmosphere where youth-at-risk, who struggle with relationships and authority, are able to accept a horse’s honest, non-judgmental presence and eventually learn to be honest with themselves as well as others.
Our work operates on the foundation that food sovereignty and security are deeply rooted to a community. We use a community-based approach to promote seed conservation. To that end, since 2015, we have distributed seeds and educational material to a diverse group of people, farmers, urban gardeners, kids, etc, along as workshops, seed swaps, exhibitions and seed keepers meetings.
In this global and evolving economy, it is critical that our children develop skills to create and execute their own ideas by adopting an entrepreneurial mindset. In this program students will learn about the Free Enterprise System. They will work in groups or as individuals to create a business, formulate a budget, develop a product, and execute advertising.