SPECIAL ALERT: Reimagining Youth Work(ers) and the Ongoing Struggle for Racial Justice Friday 10/2 11am-12pm


Check out the families page for resources to assist you in teaching students, but if there is something else that you need, fill out the form and let us know.

Do you need help from a team or group of students?

The UVA School of Education and Human Development’s Youth and Social Innovation Capstone class is identifying potential community partners to support this upcoming fall. This class consists of 4th year students with basic background knowledge in development and the education sector, and some who are also part of the Teacher Education program. Click the button below to fill out the interest form.

NOTE: The students are only required to take the class in the fall semester. Project timelines should be in line with the University of Virginia’s semester deadlines (i.e., students will complete their projects in early December)

Anti-Racist Resources: For Teachers by Teachers

Are you looking for anti-racist resources created by teachers, for teachers? Click here.

Love…No Ego

The LoveNoEgo Foundation provides real-world development for youth and young adults ages 10-24, utilizing its principles, Love over Ego, Love over Fear, & Communication over Conflict, helping them to overcome challenges, find purpose, and live their true greatness. The vision of the organization is for every youth should have the tools to make positive decisions and create positive experiences, giving them sustainable inspiration to live their best life. They offer motivational speaking, workshops, mentoring and athletic training. For more information contact: Love No Ego Foundation, Inc. at P.O.Box 7134 Charlottesville, Va. 22906 or call (434) 2626-0442.

Live Arts

Live Arts is putting on three free Zoom workshops about virtual directing of an online streamed musical, digital stage management and production, and teaching full-day theater camps in an online environment. Click here for more information.

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