Index of youth articles

    Page 1 of 7 - About 70 Essays
  • Queensland Youth Services Case Study

    Queensland Youth Services (QYS) Queensland Youth Services (QYS) is a community based organisation that was established in 1978, operating in the Townsville region. QYS is the largest agency operating in the Townville area with a specific focus on youth. QYS offers a wide range of services and programs to young people between the ages of 12 and 25. While QYS is a not for profit, non-government organisation, many of the programs offered by the agency are funded by the State and Federal Governments. QYS relies on close partnerships with government departments and non-government partners, in addition to corporate sponsors to enable them to deliver the programs and services offered by the organisation. As well as youth making direct contact…

    Words: 2184 - Pages: 9
  • Personal Narrative: My Social Work Experience

    Prior to starting my higher education journey as a Youth and Community Work at University of East London (UEL) I had 5 year experience working in the social care sector. The majority of my experience was working with adults and families. I had also completed an Access to Social work course in Lewisham College, which provided me with some theoretical knowledge on services that support, empower and inform citizens. I then embarked on to a on to a BA Social work degree at the Brunel University. I…

    Words: 1604 - Pages: 7
  • Youth Theatre

    Youth Theatre is defined by the National Association Youth Drama 2014 as ‘a safe place that supports young people by using group or ensemble drama approaches. Contributing to the artistic, personal and social development of young people through their commitment and voluntary participation ‘. Therefore Youth theatre groups promote different approaches, which have equivalent focuses such as the development of theatre skills or personal development in order to provide beneficial educational values.…

    Words: 1336 - Pages: 5
  • The Credibility Of Technology And Media

    classify anyone as “important”. Technology and media has murdered them all! They’re dead! The youth has been slandered, cut open, embarrassed, mistreated, and burned by such media and technology, yet they stand by it. Rather protecting the morals and values as a “person”, they rather protect the source that’s sucking away their morals and values. There are simply no good reasons on why anyone couldn’t rip apart from something that is mentally taking over, but then again for everything running…

    Words: 785 - Pages: 4
  • Persuasive Essay On Becoming A Firefighter

    Jeremiah Gorham Mrs. Kemmer Language Arts 3B Period 1 4 February 2015 Black smoke rises high into the sky. The wailing of sirens can be heard throughout the neighborhood. Dozens rushed down the street to the site of the fire. Men and women are pulled from the blaze while many watch in shock. The powerful hoses soon douse the flames. The surrounding crowd applauses and cheers for the heroic few. It was at this moment when I had decided that was what I wanted: to become a firefighter. To help…

    Words: 1721 - Pages: 7
  • Dólares De Arena Movie

    Film Analysis: Dólares de Arena The film by filmmakers Israel Cardenas and Laura Amelia Guzaman Dólares de Arena was released in 2014 and features Noeli (Yanet Mojica) as the main character. The fairly attractive young Dominican woman, Noeli is improvised. She lives in a hut with her boyfriend Yeremi (Ricardo Ariel Torbio). Her life seems very relaxed as she hangs out with and hustles white tourist on the beaches of the Dominican Republic. Her main conflict is her class and by consequence her…

    Words: 1253 - Pages: 5
  • Caribbean Pleasure Industry Summary

    Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDs in the Dominican Republic, by Mark Padilla, explores the social and economic effects of the Dominican Republic’s dependency on the tourism industry, particularly as they relate to male sex workers. The abundance of opportunity in the tourism industry—as opposed to the lack thereof in, per se, agriculture—all but forces migration of the middle class and the poor to urban areas, where they can easily access popular tourist destinations,…

    Words: 1680 - Pages: 7
  • How The Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents By Julia Alvarez Analysis

    “I think that when I write, I write out of who I am and the questions I need to figure out” (How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents 169). Everyone has a way to escape reality, some draw, some listen to music, some take a nap, while others merely read and write, such as Julia Alvarez. The self proclaimed Dominican- American explains so in the Bloomsbury Review as her early life has consisted of many hardships that her writing addresses at one point or another throughout her poetry and novels.…

    Words: 1136 - Pages: 5
  • The Three Main Factors Of Childhood Obesity Obese In America

    One out of three children in the United States is considered obese. Obesity can be calculated by determining your body mass index or weight-for-length measurement. A body mass index (BMI) at or above the 95th percentile is considered obese for children ages two to nineteen. (Kids Health) Obesity is alarmingly now the number one health concern of parents, surpassing drug abuse and smoking. Childhood obesity can be attributed to many things, but three main factors account for the majority of this…

    Words: 714 - Pages: 3
  • The Importance Of Graciousness In Singapore

    Kindness Movement (SKM), a non-profit and non-governmental organization, was set up to encourage graciousness amongst Singaporeans. It aims to spread awareness, influence people to spread kindness, and instill a sense of responsibility in themselves. (SKM, About) has also commissioned a survey called Social Graciousness Index (SGI) to measure the level of graciousness based on people’s experience and perception of graciousness in Singapore. (Graciousness: Improvements seen, but can…

    Words: 1302 - Pages: 6
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: