education Archives

  • On February 13th, we hosted our 6th annual career night at Repair the World. It was a powerful event with a panel of fourteen professionals who brought great energy, interest and enthusiasm while sharing their career choices with youth from all over Brooklyn. Specifically, our career panel included a doctor, registered nurse, activist, actor, architect, […]

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  • This December, NIA hosted the 3rd Annual College Night for youth and community members. Gerina Davis, the Youth and Community Clinician, took lead on the event, inviting more than 12 college and university representatives to table and present. The goal of the event was to expose youth to the culture, comradery and experience of Historical […]

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  • On a Thursday Nov 8, Gerina Davis, the Youth and Community Clinician of Neighbors in Action, led a workshop on communication styles with a youth group from Youth Bridge. The conversation started with the question of whether conflict is a good or bad thing and what made it so. Collectively, they created the working definition […]

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  • On Thursday, November 8th, 30+ youth from YO S.O.S. and the Anti Gun Violence Youth Employment Program visited Brooklyn College for an interactive tour. The program was organized by Naomie Azor, YO S.O.S. Peer Leader, and Cassie Valarezo, Social Work Intern. Additional chaperones included Edward McWilliams,Youth Program Coordinator, Rahson Johnson, Youth Program Specialist, and Anthony […]

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