District of Columbia Youth Advisory Council

District of Columbia Youth Advisory Council “Youth Leading and Influencing Change in the District”

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On her birthday, we remember Princess Diana, forever queen of our hearts.

07/28/2010

Summer Leadership Academy kids should look forward to a special surprise for tomorrow!

07/19/2010

is enjoying the start of Public Speaking and Debate week!

07/16/2010

The participants of the DCYAC Summer Leadership Training Academy had the opportunity to meet with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton and take a tour of Capitol Hill today!

07/02/2010

First week of the Summer Leadership Training Academy looking to be off to a good start!!!! Let's see what next week has in store!

06/25/2010

is looking forward to Monday with the start of our Summer Leadership Training Academy!

06/24/2010

Come be a part of something extraordinary! The DC Youth Advisory Council!

05/05/2010

Councilmembers need to be mindful about when the Council meets and begin to attend meetings more regularly!

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also has a list of opportunities for students including inter...
01/22/2010
NOAA OEd - Student Opportunities

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also has a list of opportunities for students including internships, scholarships, fellowships, and special opportunities. Please pass on this information and the following link:
http://www.oesd.noaa.gov/noaa_student_opps.html

The NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences at Howard University offers a summer weather camp for high school students. Please see the following link:
http://ncas.howard.edu/outreach/WeatherCamp/index.html

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is a federal agency focused on the condition of the oceans and the atmosphere. It plays several distinct roles within the Department of Commerce.

Please see the following information re: a Summer Internship  This summer internship is non-paid. There are others for g...
01/21/2010
Apply Here | The White House

Please see the following information re: a Summer Internship This summer internship is non-paid. There are others for graduate-level only that are paid. If you know of any high school/undergrad/grad students interested in working in the White House as an intern please have them apply with the link below... The deadline for the 2010 Summer Internship is February 7, 2010. If you know of someone who would like to apply, please direct them to http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships/apply. The application includes two essays, three letters of recommendation and a resume. Each applicant will be evaluated on three basic qualities: a commitment to public service, demonstration of leadership in the community and dedication to the mission of this Administration. The applicant’s communication, writing and office skills will also be reviewed and considered. An applicant’s GPA is not figured into the final score and each application is reviewed on a semi-blind basis.

WhiteHouse.gov is the official web site for the White House and President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. This site is a source for information about the President, White House news and policies, White House history, and the federal government.

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01/20/2010
USAJOBS - Search Jobs

Hello Everyone!

See the below information regarding jobs for youth whom are 16 and up.
Please pass it on. Considering the declining economy...
Employment may not be a bad idea for some children.

The Office of Human Resources has posted the below vacancy announcements for the 2010 HUD Student Summer Employment Program. One announcement is
for the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and the other announcement is for throughout the nation. The announcement opened December 22, 2008 and
closes April 1, 2010. Even though FHEO has not made a determination as to the number of summer students we may be able to hire, I would suggest
that if you know of any students who may be interested in working at HUD that you forward him/her the announcement so that they can apply.

* Please note that even though the announcement closes April 1, 2010,
there are three cut-off periods with the first one ending February 1, 2010.
If HR receives sufficient applications during this period, they may close the announcement at that time.

Washington , D. C. Metro area:
Management Support Clerk, GS-303-1 to GS-303-7, ($22,115-$42,209), Washington, D.C.<
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USAJOBS is the official job site of the US Federal Government.It's your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.

01/11/2010

The Employment Committee meeting is today, January 11th at 5:30pm in the DCYAC Office. If you are on the committee or interested in what we are doing please be in attendance and on time. Jesse Pollak, Chairman of the Employment Committee DCYAC.

01/05/2010

is reminding everyone that the DCYAC meets today at 5:30pm at 441 4th St NW in room 1107! Remember that you need a picture I.D. to enter the building!

01/02/2010
Class Struggle - Why Washington area schools are the best

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/class-struggle/2009/12/why_washington_area_schools_ar.html?hpid=voicesopinion


A very different opinion from the ones usually heard about District schools. What do people think?

I remember asking seniors in an government class at T.C. Williams about the differences between them. The teacher, Jack Esformes, had put in the same class Advanced Placement students heading for college and regular students praying for the last bell. ...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/12/26/AR2009122601710.html?hpid%3Ddynamiclead&sub=ARI thought ...
12/27/2009
YouthBuild drafts opportunities for dropouts - washingtonpost.com

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/12/26/AR2009122601710.html?hpid%3Ddynamiclead&sub=AR

I thought everyone might find this interesting, especially in light of the discussions Education has been having about the dropout problem.

In a run-down apartment building in Northeast Washington, a teenage single mother smooths a concrete mixture into large holes and cracks in the walls of a gutted kitchen. The place is drafty, the work dirty. But this makeshift classroom is also Cierra Fortune's second chance at a high school educ...

10/05/2009

is reminding everyone that the DCYAC meets tomorrow at 5:30pm at 441 4th St NW in room 1107! Remember that you need a picture I.D. to enter the building!

09/21/2009

REMINDER: DCYAC Full Body Meeting, Tuesday, September 22, 2009; 5:30pm, at 441 4th Street, NW- Room 1107 North

09/21/2009

REMINDER: DCYAC Full Body Meeting, Tuesday, September 22, 2009; 5:30pm, at 441 4th Street, NW- Room 1114 North.

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