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Understanding and Influencing the Social Determinants of Health Workshop

| April 22, 2018
Understanding and Influencing the Social Determinants of Health Workshop

The Coconino County Public Health Services District, in collaboration with the Northern Arizona University Center for Health Equity Research, is offering a free workshop: Understanding and Influencing the Social Determinants of Health.

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Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona Launches New Camp Program

| April 22, 2018
Girls on the Run of Northern Arizona Launches New Camp Program

Girls on the Run is a physical activity-based positive youth development (PYD) program that is designed to enhance girls’ social, psychological and physical skills and behaviors to successfully navigate life experiences. The program’s evidence-based curriculum places an emphasis on developing competence, confidence, connection, character, caring, and contribution in young girls through lessons that incorporate running and other physical activities. The life skills curriculum is delivered by caring and competent coaches who are trained to teach lessons as intended. Girls on the Run, a non-profit organization with councils in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, has served over 1.4 million girls since its inception in 1996.

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Tiny Tales – The Adventures of Salt and Soap at Grand Canyon

| April 22, 2018
Tiny Tales – The Adventures of Salt and Soap at Grand Canyon

This book follows the adventure of two puppies in their adventure through the Grand Canyon.

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Ahoy to Summer

| April 22, 2018
Ahoy to Summer

FREE Children’s Health & Wellness Fair.

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Healthy Kids Running Series

| April 22, 2018
Healthy Kids Running Series

Running Series for kids ages 2-14.

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Positive Behavior Support

| April 22, 2018
Positive Behavior Support

Learn how to reduce unwanted behavior and increase good behavior by using Positive Behavior Supports in your home and in the community. Understand the role you play in your child’s behavior, and how to work with the school when behaviors get in the way of learning.

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6th Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp

| April 22, 2018
6th Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp

Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge is excited to announce their 6th Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp from Sunday, July 15, 2018 to Sunday July 22, 2018. The Camp will be held at Woods Edge Farm in Culpeper, Virginia. All campers must be between the ages of 11-17. There is no cost to attend the Camp. All donations are eligible for tax-deduction on your income taxes. Parents are responsible for their children’s own travel to and from the Camp.

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RockStar Youth Leadership Track

| April 22, 2018
RockStar Youth Leadership Track

The RockStar Youth Leadership Track is a unique series of learning opportunities offered throughout The Training Institutes which supports youth and young adults in increasing their capacity and knowledge to advocate for systems and social change. The track also offers the opportunity to help adults understand how to create a shared space and mutual respect and understanding with youth in their own communities. The program is led by Youth MOVE National and a team of young adults in collaboration with the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

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Announcing the Gen-I Movement Builders Fellowship

| April 22, 2018
Announcing the Gen-I Movement Builders Fellowship

As part of the Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) initiative, the Center for Native American Youth is launching a new fellowship for Native youth ages 18-24. The Gen-I Movement Builders Fellowship (Gen-I MBF) is a six-month intensive leadership development program that aims to strengthen the voice and role of Native American youth in broader social justice movements.

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First Things First April Update

| April 22, 2018
First Things First April Update

First Things First have released their April 2018 update of news and the latest happenings within First Things First! Follow the links to read more about each story.

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