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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘teenagers’

Teens in foster care: Making the world a better place

For this final installment in a six-part yearlong series about the nearly 16,000 kids in state care, writer Sheri Smith meets an inspiring group of teens in foster care who are determined to make a difference. Autumn is 17 years old and a junior in high school. While other kids her age are struggling to […]

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Get Savvy: Kathleen Buckstaff’s book for teens

Have you ever crossed paths with someone you just knew would be a cherished friend, if only a few circumstances were different? For me, Kathleen Buckstaff is one of those people. I’ve only met her once, to my recollection. So I don’t really know her that well. And yet I know her. This month, I […]

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Teen jobs: Out-of-the-box ideas for summer

School will soon be out for the summer. And while the temperatures rise, so too will the level of your teenager’s boredom. Summer jobs can be a perfect solution. True, many summer jobs for teens include a greasy grill scraper or a drive-through headset, but there are plenty of other opportunities for 16- and 17-year-olds […]

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How to keep kids safe online

It’s impossible to raise children today without considering the impact of technology on their lives. The digital world—with all its potential advantages and dangers—is often right at their fingertips. The Internet is an ever-expanding resource influencing their development, safety and well-being. How can we keep kids safe online? It’s a daunting question without a simple […]

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Free summer program for teens interested in healthcare careers

High school students interested in an in-depth look at healthcare careers have until Sunday, May 1, to apply for Midwestern University’s eight-day Health Careers Institute for High School Students, which takes place on the university’s Glendale campus July 9 through 18. The free program is open to high school juniors and seniors. Forty-eight participants will […]

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You’re every bit as old as you feel!

I know, it’s just asking for embarrassment to go to a rock concert as a middle aged mother of two. But we really like Jack Johnson.

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