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Y-ABC Giving Young Adults a Chance to be Active in their Community

Alyssa Vazquez, News Editor

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The Y-ABC (Young Adults Building Communities) is a free program designed to empower young people (18-30 years of age) through training and experiential learning to become a voice for positive changes in their community. The program includes training on effective communication strategies, connecting to your elected officials, increasing awareness of available resources, skills in coalition building within and outside your community, and health literacy. There will also be an opportunity to apply for mini-grants for community improvement projects.

Sign up here: Gulfton, or visit Y-ABC for more information on the program.

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Alyssa Vazquez, News Editor

I’m a junior and the News Editor for the Wisdom Chronicle. I am also a member of the Wisdom UIL Academic Team competing in Journalism and Math. I was...

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