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African-American Youth Leaders Balance State Budget

Click here to see the news spotlight on this year's AAYLP Summer Conference students and their trip to the State Capitol.

Members of the African-American Youth Leadership Program were at the State Capitol last month, working on balancing the State budget and getting hands-on experience as California legislators.  The trip to the Capitol is part of our annual summer conference that welcomes high school juniors and seniors to spend a week in Sacramento to learn about leadership in education, finance, health and politics.

This year, 58 students from throughout the state participated in the conference that many are already heralding as the best in the history of the program.  Please visit the AAYLP page for more information about the conference and other upcoming events.

 
BYLP 2010 Open House

The Black Youth Leadership Project, Inc. is hosting a one-day open house at the State Capitol geared toward African-American high school students interested in California politics, public policy, civics, governmental service, and/or community service on Friday, February 26, 2010. 

 

Students will participate with capitol staff in mock committee hearings and a legislative floor session, passing laws that are important to them.  The purpose of the open house is to encourage African-American students in grades 9-12 to regularly interact with their state's political and community leaders and to use this opportunity to discuss the legislative process, timely Policy concerns, and the role of democracy and advocacy within our communities.

 

Click here for the 2010 application for the BYLP Open House and submit completed applications by the January 19, 2010, deadline. 

 

If you are a student that has graduated from BYLP, we would love to have you come back and serve.  Parents, community leaders and other adults are also encouraged to volunteer that day.  

 

Also, please be sure to forward this application to all students regardless of ethnicity. 

 

For more information, please call 916-256-4286 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
ID THEFT AWARENESS & PREVENTION DAY

ID THEFT AWARENESS AND PREVENTION DAY 

 **Identity thefts in 2008 cost $48 billion Dollars**

**10 Million Americans fell victim to identity theft fraud in 2008**

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

10 a.m. to 2 p.m

Identity Theft Awareness and Prevention Seminar

Learn how identity thieves obtain your information; what to do to protect your identity; and the steps to take if you are a victim. 

Guest Speakers: A representative from the U.S. Secret Service & A Representative from the Corona Police Department 

On-Site Document Shredding Provided by Southland Shredding

Bring your outdated financial records, including bank statements, old checks, credit card statements and offers, and other items that contain personal and financial information for on-site shredding 10a.m. to  2:00 p.m.  Stop by to enter your name in a drawing to win a free Diamond-cut shredder.

Sponsored by: Springboard Nonprofit Consumer Credit Management

1605 Spruce Street

Riverside, CA 92507

www.credit.org or call 800.947.3752

 

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13th Annual Parent and Student Educational Symposium
"Year of the Child, Decade of Excellence, Century of Success”

11:30 AM - 6:30 PM

California State University, Fullerton

800 N. State College Blvd.

Fullerton, CA 92834

Event at California State University, Fullerton’s

Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business and Economics

Located at Nutwood and Folino Dr.

Parking is Free in Lots E and F

www.parking.fullerton.edu

For more information and to RSVP call: (909) 263-2354

Visit our website councilofafricanamericanparents.com

• Receive the resources needed to succeed as a college student

• Connect with top academic organizational leaders

• Learn about scholarship requirements

• Participate in student/parent planned discussions

• Network with top college representatives

• Informational workshops for students & parents

• For more information and to RSVP for event and campus tours

call (909) 263-2354

• All for FREE

Co-Sponsored by California State University, Fullerton &

Southern California Edison

 
Join California Black Media September 12th

Join California Black Media on September 12, 2009 as we debut California's first Online Directory of Black Elected Officials in the State of California.  The directory offers a comprehensive listing of Black Elected Officials currently serving in the State of California from congressional representatives, state legislators, county officials, mayors, city council members and school board members positioned within California’s 58 counties.  In partnership with the Research and Policy Institute of California, the California Black Media will the debut the directory on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at the Marriott Airport Ontario, 2200 East Holt Boulevard Ontario, Ca 91761 from 4pm-6pm.  They will host two receptions for the elected officials, one reception in Southern California and another reception in Northern California. The Southern California reception will be hosted by Mayor Walt Allen, City of Covina and the Coalition of California Black School Board Members.  Special remarks will be given by Timothy Alan Simon, California Public Utilities Commissioner, Tommy Ross, President, Research and Policy Institute of California and Virniecia Davis, President, Coalition of California Black School Board Members.  The event is proudly sponsored by AT&T, Siebert Brandford Shank, & Co.,LLC and Research & Policy Institute of California  You may rsvp by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by calling our office at (951) 682-2664.  You may contact California Black Media Director Paulette Brown-Hinds, PhD ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or Ashley Jones, Project Manager ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) if you have any questions.  
 
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