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    Opportunities for Students and Families - Archive for 2016-17
     
    Rising Star Scholarship Opportunity

    Resident Services Inc. is offering a scholarship opportunity for high school seniors who live in public housing, section 8, or HCVP (housing choice voucher program. To apply, please feel out a scholarship application. If you have any questions, please contact Cameron Miles by phone 443-984-1896 or email.

    (Expires:  September 24, 2016)


     
     
    Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) College Fair 
     
    On Saturday, September 24, 2016, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (Rho Xi Omega Chapter) will host Think HBCU College and Scholarship Fair from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) in the Fine Arts Theatre. Two Kindle Fires will be raffled for students in attendance. Additional information is available in this flyer. 
     
    (Expires:  September 24, 2016)


     
    Community Service Hours for Students for Volunteering at Run/Walk

    The Office of the State's Attorney's annual Crime Victims' Fund Run and Walk is Saturday, October 1, 2016. Students can earn 6 community service hours by volunteering at the event. If interested, please contact Robin Haskins at 410-396-1897.

    (Expires:  September 26, 2016)


    Jr. Peace Ambassador Program

    The Inner Harbor Project is currently holding interviews for 8th-grade students to join Jr. Peace Ambassador Program. Located at 616 Water Street, The Inner Harbor Project (IHP) is a youth-led model for social change that identifies teenagers who are leaders among their peers, equips them with research and professional skills, and organizes them to come up with solutions to issues that divide our society on the basis of race, class and culture. We focus on public space because it is the place where different social needs compete and where we can pioneer effective approaches to harmonious coexistence. 

    The Jr. Peace Ambassador Programs runs on Mondays and Thursdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. Students meet mentors twice a month. 

    In order to apply, parents or students should set up a time to be interviewed

    (Expiration: 9/30/2016) 

    Baltimore Brain Fest
     
    The Baltimore Brain Fest is a day of fun and learning, dedicated to the brain. Expect loads of fun activities like arts and crafts, games, pizza, lectures and Q&A with leading neuroscientists, interactive demonstrations, presentations by local science organizations, giveaways and so much more! All you'll need is a pair of comfortable shoes to walk around in and your natural curiosity. 

    Liberty Elementary School 
    3901 Maine Avenue
     
    (Expiration: 9/18/2016)