Peter Brastow, Senior Biodiversity Coordinator of the San Francisco Department of the Environment, served as the Center’s guide. Mr. Brastow began the four-hour lesson with a presentation on the natural […]
Students met with military recruiters and received information on military careers, education information, enlistment and salary. They even had the chance to do some military workouts.
The event helped demonstrate the many types of occupations students can […]
Kittrell staff mentors, affectionately referred to as Big Dawgs after Kittrell’s bulldog mascot, met with their students to encourage them through various fall-related games and activities, including Thanksgiving Jeopardy, Connect 4, a three-legged race, trivia and […]
They unloaded 420 Christmas Trees from a transfer truck and organized them to be sold. All funds will benefit local youth programs, especially during the holiday season.
Melissa Elliott, City Councilwoman and Founder of Gang Free Inc., facilitated workshops on bullying and domestic violence, with assistance from Kittrell’s Youth 2 Youth Ambassadors. Several students shared their experiences with being bullied. […]
Joliet Job Corps Center students joined people across the nation in participating in the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout on Nov. 16. The event has a long history of raising awareness of cancer and the risks of the use of tobacco.
Trainee Employment Assistant Program (TEAP) Specialist […]
Officer Huch graduated from Glenmont in September 2012. Since then he has worked hard to establish himself an excellent career in his field. He currently works as a New York State […]