The Memphis/Shelby County Children and Youth Council will sponsor a panel discussion, Youth Violence: Bullying, Cyber-Bullying and School and Mob Violence, on April 22, 2015 from 9:00-11:30 at the Urban Child Institute, located at 600 Jefferson Avenue. Please click on the link below for more information and to register.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/youth-violence-bullying-cyber-…

Gwendolyn Wright
Memphis/Shelby County Regional Coordinator
Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth
One Commerce Square
40 South Main Street, Suite 1023
Memphis, TN 38103
901 543-7657
Gwendolyn.Wright@tn.gov
www.tn.gov/tccy

FREE Summer Camp for Girls – SAN’S CHILD SUMMER PROGRAM

Ages 7-17, 2 Weeks!
June 16th – June 27th, 8 am – 3 pm Daily
Location: Oakhaven Middle School / 3125 Ladbrook, 38118

ONLY 25 SPOTS AVAILABLE! Apply TODAY!

Express Yourself! Envision Your Future! Gain Exposure!
For an application call 901.679.8978 or email ME teciamarshall at gmail dot com

LOC FlyerYou Can’t Hold Me Down!

STOP BULLYING!

An inspirational play written by Joy Henderson

Saturday, March 8, 2014 – Doors open at 2:00 pm

$10 cost for tickets

http://www.ucanofmemphis.org

Memphis Urban League and S.O. What! Alternative Spring Break

http://bit.ly/1dN05zk  <—-Register Here!

The Memphis Urban League (MUL) will partner with S.O. What! LLC to host their first alternative spring break program for girls in the city of Memphis. The program will be open for 6th- 8th grade students to participate in a three day camp starting March 12th. Participants will complete workshops created by Summer Owens, President and CEO of S.O. What!, addressing self-esteem, bullying, teen pregnancy, and goal-setting. This program will be an extension of the Project Ready: GIRL POWER program MUL hosts at Westside Achievement Middle and Northside High School currently funded by the Women’s Foundation of Memphis.

This program is open to 6th-8th female students who reside in Shelby Country. It is scheduled to take place from March 12th- 14th, 9 AM until 2 PM, at no-cost to the attendees. Full participation is required. Drop off hours will be from 8:30 AM- 8:55 AM; pick up hours 2:00 PM-2:30 PM. Students will be provided breakfast, lunch and snacks during program hours.

Program participants and at least one parent/legal guardian will be required to attend a mandatory meeting on March 5th at 5:30 PM to complete program paperwork and receive Summer Owen’s book “Life After Birth: A Memoir of Survival and Success as a Teenage Mother”.

This form above is to only be completed by a parent or legal guardian.

 

 

Greetings,

I have a FREE Teen CHP class starting this summer with youth ages 13-17. The sessions will be held every Thursday from 11 am -2 pm starting on June 6-August 1, 2013.  Please forward to interested parents or teens. In this session we will be covering HIV/AIDS, Sexting, Sextortion, Bullying, and peer-to-peer issues that teens face everyday.

 

Please see the attached flyer for more information.

 

Best Regards,

 

Timishia McKenzie, BPS

Congregational Health Ministries Coordinator

The Church Health Center

1115 Union Avenue

Memphis, TN 38104

 

 

Project Aware Mentoring Program (a program of Families of Incarcerated Individuals) – host the first ever Bullying Discussion. Hosted by the teens of ourPAMP Ambassador Board the event will include guidance counselors, administrators, youth, law enforcement and adults from the community who will come share their experience, expertise, and advise as we try to work together to help stop bullying in Memphis.

 

 

The PAMP Teen Ambassador Board Presents:

PAMP Teen Summit:

The Bullying Discussion

Date: Saturday, February 4, 2012

Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm

Location: 258 North Merton (The Commons Building) Memphis, TN 38112

Join us as we discuss the types of bullying, consequences, and reasons of bullying. Our guest panelists will share great insight on what to do when you are being bullied, and we will also hear REAL teens share REAL stories of their experience with bullying. From cyber, to school or at home bullying is a serious issue that MUST be stopped.

Also this is an open floor discussion, so we encourage our youth to come with questions, and a willingness to engage!

Special Guest Panelist include: Phyllis Kyles, Assistant Principal, Kingsbury Career & Technology Center, Janice Williams, Guidance Counselor, and Alfred Garrett, Literacy Mid-South (PAMP Mentor)

**Afterwards enjoy food, fun & music**

PLEASE RSVP by January 31st 2012

By calling 901-726-6191 or email –enason@familiesofincarcerated.org