Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration (SF B2C) - eNews October 30, 2015 Youth Summit | Opportunity Santa Fe | Community Survey and Meeting Reports
Empowering Youth: 2015 Mayor's Youth Summit
Approximately 300 youth gathered at the Chavez Community Center on Tuesday, October 27 to discuss a range of issues and goals for the Santa Fe Community and young people identified in the 2015 Teen Survey. The Teen Survey was commissioned by the City of Santa Fe Children and Youth Commission and conducted by the Story of Place Institute. The Youth Summit is an extension of the Mayor’s efforts to engage young people, promote overall well being and extend opportunities to kids growing up in Santa Fe.
The issues identified in the Survey and discussed at the Summit included job opportunities, need to feel like more trusted members of the community, real world readiness, financial distress for students and families, community activities for youth, bullying, mentorship, healthy food in schools, youth homelessness, immigrant youth and others. The summit was facilitated by youth leaders who have gone through a series of trainings with the Eagle Rock Professional Development team, a national leader in youth advocacy and programs particularly in re-engagement of disconnected youth. The outcome from the Youth Summit will be presented at the Opportunity Santa Fe Community Summit on November 18.
Community Engagement for Collective Action Planning Review the Summary Reports from Surveys and Meetings
Over the last several months, the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration has supported and partnered with the Mayor’s Children, Youth and Families Community Cabinet and several Collaborative Working Groups focused on improving birth to career outcomes in our community. Together, we've gathered community input on the needs and opportunities across early childhood to education and on to career. Through various surveys and community convenings, we've had some important findings and outcomes. These study findings, meeting outcomes, as well as the results from the Youth Summit and the Opportunity Santa Fe Community Summit, will inform and shape community-wide collaborative strategies and action plans. Please click on the links below to read the summary findings and preliminary recommendations from the surveys and community convening. Stay tuned for community-wide collaborative strategies and how you can be part of a movement for collective impact.
Early Childhood Providers Meeting - held May 15, 2015 Downloadthe summary report and break-out discussion notes
Mentoring, Tutoring & Internship Providers Survey and Meeting - held May 20, 2015. Downloadthe summary report and meeting notes Check out the web-based information tool demo design Link
Survey of Education, Career Pathways and Workforce Programs in Santa Fe - held June -August 2015. Download the summary report and recommendations
OPPORTUNITY SANTA FE - A Community Summit for Collective Impact Expanding Opportunities for Santa Fe’s Children & Youth from Birth to Career
Listen to the youth presentation on Youth Summit outcomes, participate in issue-focused breakout sessions, and actively engage with community members and leaders as we plan and commit to collective efforts to improve outcomes from birth to career. Thank you to the current Summit financial sponsors – GradNation Campaign / AT &T, City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community Foundation, Brindle Foundation and Simon Charitable Foundation.
Spanish translation is available for the Summit.
Habrá un servicio de traducción simultánea inglés-español disponible durante el evento. Si cree que necesitará este servicio por favor póngase en contacto con Katie Dry (firstname.lastname@example.org) para que lo preparemos por anticipado. Muchas gracias y los esperamos este 18 de noviembre.
Please join us for part 3 of a 3 part series: What does it take for our community to boost student graduation? What can we learn from other communities about doing better?
LOCATION: Santa Fe Higher Education Center (HEC) Collaborative Learning Lab,
1950 Siringo Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505
November 5 & 6 - The Psychology of Boys at Risk: Indicators 0-5
A conference presented by the Santa Fe Boys Educational Foundation in conjunction with the Infant Mental Health Journal. The event will be held at the Eldorado Hotel, Santa Fe.
To learn more about the conference, register and read about the call for presentation proposals, visit www.santafeboys.org
November 7 - Jose-Luis Orozco - Free Bilingual concert for Families with Young Children
10:30 - 11:30 at the Nye Early Childhood Center
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