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Afford College: Learn how at FAFSA Completion and Financial Aid Counseling Sessions
When Speaking Out Really Counts: Civic, Youth, and Business Leaders Received 2012 Youth Voice Awards at the MyCom Annual Meeting
Local youth become "Defenders" against violence
New Funding Opportunity for After-School Programs Announced (May 2012) (Request for Proposals)
The Shiloh Café puts learning and fun into their recipe for afterschool activities
Teens can share ideas, earn a stipend: Voices for Ohio's Children focus groups on adolescent health
Mentoring at Friendly Inn Settlement
MyCom's First Youth Talk of 2012 Addresses Bullying
MyCom and NOHSIC form partnership for preparing youth for careers in healthcare: December 2011 kick-off event promotes goals, recognizes leaders.
NOHSIC and MyCom Youth Network to Host Future Healthcare Workforce Summit
MyMedia youth interviews Susan Taylor
College Now helps MyCom youth plan for and pay for college
MyCom to host Youth Talk on adolescent health
Cuyahoga County youth to converge at Cleveland State University for 3rd Annual Youth Summit
Starting Point will host the MyCom Professional Development OST Symposium
Think after-school activities are just fun and games?
Youth profile: Zavious Hawthorne
September 25 - October 1, 2011 is Ohio Parent's Week
Cuyahoga County offers resources for back-to-school preparation
Radio One begins innovative partnership with Cuyahoga County youth
MyCom Youth Development Initiative Global Youth Service Day Event!
WVIZ/PBS IDEASTREAM is promoting the voices of our youth through a new blog!
Cuyahoga County youth join National Education Policy Panel
Cuyahoga County launches nationally supported youth media project
MyCom is a part of the Family & Children First Council of Cuyahoga County. For more information, call the MyCom line at 216-698-8927.