Friday, January 17, 2014

Generations United in the news

A group of teens traveling to D.C. for this weekend's youth convening caught the attention of the Bowie Blade-News.

Camp Fire’s Teens in Action Program are among the 35 amazing young people recognized by Generations United and Mentor up, a new way to make a difference from AARP Foundation, for developing and leading creative age-amped (intergenerational) programs in their communities to address the needs of vulnerable adults aged 50 and over. 

You can follow these youth through their leadership training program by visiting our Facebook page and Twitter account. You can also stay tuned by subscribing to our e-newsletter, Generations This WeekClick here to read the Bowie Blade-News piece, then click here to learn more about our Youth Jumpstart Grants.

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