The erudite Dorceta E. Taylor found and arranged an array of astounding information, just for you. Data on diverse groups and their relationships with Environmental National Government Organizations, Government Agencies, as well as Foundations proves itself hard hitting, and must be shared. Greening Youth Foundation wants you to honestly read the report, tell a friend, or share it with a neighbor, and cause an uproar so that your voice can be heard. Job opportunities, life experience, and environmental exposure are all virtually being denied from diverse groups of people as if they …Read More »
June 30th-July 3rd educators from schools across Georgia gathered at Kennesaw State University to participate in the Science for All Georgians through Environmental Stewardship (SAGES) training. SAGES is a project of the Captain Planet Foundation Leadership Center and assists with equipping teachers with transformative teaching practices, experiences, and resources to enhance learning and discovery within the classroom. I had the pleasure of participating in this opportunity and acquired even more knowledge in the environmental education field.
Throughout this week long training, educators worked independently and in …Read More »
Join the Greening Youth team in welcoming the Atlanta Youth Corps to their new home in Southwest Atlanta! To put in motion Greening Youth’s mission, announcing Community Restoration and Ribbon Cutting Day to serve as the grand opening of the Greening Youth Foundation Urban Conservation Training Institute and Farm.
This event will involve several community aspects, including engaging volunteers, church members, and community businesses and corporations. The goal of this project is to clear overgrown vegetation, weeding, removing trash and debris, laying …Read More »
An expanded partnership is underway amongst the Greening Youth Foundation, Lyndon B. Johnson Job Corps Center, Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, and Blue Ridge Ranger District. We all share the similar goal of providing meaningful connections and employment opportunities for diverse groups of youth. Thankfully, this goal is being accomplished! Furthermore, it is desired that our students use this great opportunity to learn more about themselves and the world around them. Greening Youth is excited about the new partnership, and we look forward to its positive continuation. Congratulations …Read More »
Great Outdoors Keynote: The Honorable Raul Grijalva, Ranking Member, Public Lands Subcommittee, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources.
Watch Angelou Ezeilo‘s presentation here. It touches on what may be holding people of color back from actively being involved in the environment and visiting the National Parks System, Angelou also provides details about what Greening Youth does and has done over the years in communities all over.
The entire presentation is available here, Greening Youth Foundation Presentation, give it an admirable look see, and find out more about how Greening …Read More »
On this past Saturday, June 14, 2014, Greening Youth team members and volunteers attended Get Outdoors Georgia Day at Sweetwater Creek State Park. A fun and exciting event indeed, volunteers and participants enjoyed the many activities and learning opportunities available. From tree climbing to archery and kayaking, volunteer, participants, and State Park Rangers helped to make this event a total success. With close to 1,000 attendees, Sweetwater Creek State Park contributed to the community by offering environmental safety lessons, wildlife shows, paddle boating, fishing, and …Read More »
After an intense recruiting and selection process, we’re proud to say that we’ve put together a cohort of some of the best and brightest HBCU students from HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) around the country!
This summer, Greening Youth Foundation and the National Park Service are excited to have 18 young adults serving 12 National Park Service sites in the South, Northeast, and Midwest. Participants will get valuable hands-on experience as they tackle assignments in Historic Preservation, Community Outreach, Cultural Resources, Business Management, and Security Dispatch.
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One of Greening Youth Foundation’s dynamic C.H.I.P. interns, Wellington Onyenwe, took the students at Mays High School through an in depth S.T.E.M. Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) experience. Students studied pertinent vocabulary to set the stage and understanding of what goes into a CSI. Wellington broke the students into 5 groups and had each group choose a photographer, sketcher, and note taker. During this first session the students delved into the meaning behind terms such as: blood splatter, boundaries, cross examination, luminal….etc. …Read More »
The words “youth” and “environmentalist” don’t normally go together. But don’t tell that to the young people in the Atlanta Youth Corps.
Inside a classroom in Atlanta, a group of young Georgians are in training for an exciting new job that will also have the benefit of beautifying their neighborhood. Their first mission: Install gardens at fire stations around Atlanta.
The young people are being trained by the Greening Youth Foundation (GYF), an Atlanta-based nonprofit that has …Read More »
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Will assist with activities in the Eco-Village at the Dogwood Festival for a second year. Greening Youth Foundation (GYF) is recruiting high school and college students to support this event by volunteering their time to circulate through the grounds to educate participants about the six different waste stations, supervise interactive games, bring garden practices to life, and basically have a great time being an environmental ambassador.
Calling all interested folks to sign-up now to volunteer your time to lead exciting sessions in …Read More »