Youth with Disabilities Leadership Forum

STATE OF WASHINGTON GOVERNOR’S COMMITTEE ON DISABILITY ISSUES AND EMPLOYMENT Employment Security Department  P.O. Box 9046, MS: 6000 Olympia, Washington 98507-9046 Olympia (360) 482-9509   (360) 725-9510 Fax Spokane (509) 482-3854   March 15, 2014   TO:                      Students, Parents, Educators, Sponsors & Other Interested Parties FROM:               Karen Adams, Chairperson Youth Leadership Forum Eva Larrauri, Co-Chair Youth Leadership Forum Debbie Himes, Program … Continue reading »

Snohomish County ECEAP County

Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) is a pre-kindergarten program for income-eligible children ages four to five years* and their families. We offer the highest quality services in education, family support, health screenings and nutrition. 21 locations are available in Snohomish County *We enroll three-year-olds on a space-available basis. Foster children are automatically eligible for ECEAP. Homeless children are given … Continue reading »

Free Lushootseed language classes for youth this summer

The Seattle Indian Health Board partners with the Tulalip Tribe’s Language Instruction department to bring our local (Seattle) Native youth and families the gift of language. Lushootseed is the traditional language of the Tulalip, Stillaguamish, Swinomish, Upper-Skagit, Sauk-Suaittle, Snoqualmie, Muckleshoot, Puyallup, Nisqually and the original peoples of the Seattle area the Duwamish and Suquamish. *FREE summer program transportation available. Snacks and … Continue reading »

Native STEAM Summer Camp for Native Youth

Native people have always been scientists, engineers, artists, and created technologies in our own ways. This outdoor/indoor summer camp will engage youth in both traditional and contemporary STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) based in Native community. * Storytelling and storymaking! * Plant relatives, harvesting, uses and ecology! * Watersheds, erosion, water health and more! * Indigenous games! * … Continue reading »