TTC is collecting YOUR ideas for the BIGGEST issues in the NYC school system that you think we should work on this year. All NYC high school students are invited to our Fall Issues Assembly!
Submit your ideas💡when you RSVP.
Learn about YA-YA Network's student leaders' revisions to CR A-432 and stay tuned for an action we will take during our time together to apply pressure on the DOE!
Did you know that John Quincy Adams enjoyed skinny dipping? 😱 He was known to take 5 a.m. plunges into the Potomac River as part of his exercise routine. Well... maybe you did 🧐 Try your luck at our next Trivia Night for a chance to win an Amazon or Target e-gift card! IG live: @salsathevote
Young people are thrust into the electoral process at a challenging time in their lives when access to voting is difficult and the process itself is discouraging. We must make youth voting a priority in New York State by creating more ways for young people to be civically engaged and making voting more accessible, incl
Join SRL, CIRCLE and the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) for Youth Civic Engagement in the Digital Age, a special closing event for #MediaLitWk. The celebration will feature conversations with teens about the intersection of media literacy and civic engagement
The goal of the town halls is to create a safe space for young people to discuss their concerns on important topics and to inform and create a powerful youth agenda for future NYC Mayoral candidates and local officials. We know that youth are already doing this work and we want to engage them in creating change
This workshop is geared towards high school juniors & seniors who want to use their creative writing skills to stand out during the college application process. Each week will open with a conversation about a different aspect of the college and career process including choosing a major, completing the Common App, navigating financial aid, and exploring numerous scholarship opportunities including full and partial scholarships.
While everyone is focusing on elections, we're focusing on the issues! How do we share our stories and connect them to the world around us? What issues matter most to you? What do the people aiming for office need to know? This workshop will explore artists who used poetry and hip-hop to paint a picture of social justice and the needs of our communities. From there, we will create our own works of art to impact our world.