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Video of pupils from St John's Catholic Infant School performing to "Express Yourself" by Labrinth as part of the SSPs "In the Mix" Dance Show held on Tuesday 23rd May 2013 at the Open Youth venue in Norwich. For more information about the Norwich School Sport Partnership please follow us on Twitter (@NorwichSSP), Like Us on Facebook (Norwich School Sport Partnership) or visit our website (www.norwichssp.co.uk).
Pupils from St Johns Catholic Infant School performing to "Lets Go Swimming" at the SSP Dance Show (Feb 2012) at the OPEN Youth Venue in Norwich. For more information about the Norwich School Sport Partnership visit our website www.norwichssp.co.uk
St Johns RIVERKEEPER and the Duval County School Board created a partnership through the STEAM Cultural Passport Program to provide on-the-water learning experiences for Title I 5th-grade students in Duval County. With additional financial support from CSX and the Edna Sproull Williams Foundation, the partnership included educational boat trips on the St. Johns River for over 4,000 elementary students from low-income families during the 2015-2016 school year. The STEAM Cultural Passport is a Duval County program that provides students in Title I elementary schools with field trip experiences that are connected to programs and offerings in Science, Technology, Engineering, The Arts, and Mathematics.
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Origins, which is jointly managed, funded and supported by St John of God Pinelodge Clinic and psychiatric disability rehabilitation and support service Ermha, was established after a period of discernment by Pinelodge’s leadership team starting in 2006. Pinelodge was looking to develop a social outreach and advocacy service that fit with its mental health and drug and alcohol orientation and expertise. The program supports vulnerable recent arrivals to Australia who are living with a mental illness has been recognised as making a major contribution to those in need. The program received the Outreach Healthcare Award at the Catholic Health Australia awards in 2014.
Across Australia, 107 Partnership Broker Providers are funded by the Commonwealth of Australia as represented by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, to broker partnerships that increase youth attainment of year 12 or equivalent qualifications and help young people make a successful transition to the workforce.
J-CHiP is redefining Johns Hopkins’ role in keeping the community well through novel partnerships between caregivers, neighborhood associations and patients. For detailed information, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/community_health_partnership
"Que Detalle, Senor"
This video captures the amazing fun, love and family atmosphere that was developed this summer 2014 Program at WOOFilms and Liberty Partnerships Program at St. John's University. We had a blast meeting one another, learning together, and creating these films. Thank you all for you love and support. Be a part of the solution. Donate Today http://www.gofundme.com/dtwe38 Windows of Opportunity (WOO) is a tax exempt 501©3 non-profit organization. It was formed to provide young people who are ages 6 – 24, with a healthy, safe, supportive, & positive environment in which they can be encouraged to discuss themselves as persons of infinite worth & potential. We currently provide services to the New York Metropolitan area and Long Island, but are available and expanding to outside this region as...
A five-year partnership agreement signed on Feb. 7, 2011 by the University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries provides St. John's Congregational Church in Springfield with new educational and cultural resources while building awareness of the Libraries' W.E.B. Du Bois Center. The partnership will kick off with a series of events for Black History Month, including a signature cultural event on Sunday, Feb. 27, "The Soul of W.E.B. Du Bois: A Tribute to the Black Church."
This edition of St. Johns County Today is focusing on the King/Holmes Improvement Project St. Johns County, in partnership with the West Augustine Community Redevelopment District and the City of St. Augustine, commemorated the completion of the King Street/Holmes Boulevard intersection improvement project on July 28. The intersection plays a vital role in linking two major roadways – State Road 16 and County Road 207 – and serves as a gateway to western St. Johns County. The $4.3 million project includes additional turn lanes for improved mobility, sidewalks for safe pedestrian travel to school and local businesses, and widened lanes for expedited public safety response from Fire Station 14.
Corning Community College Students have a new option to continue their education after completing a two year degree.
St. Johns Housing Partnership is a Top Performing HUD-Approved agency that creatively blends a unique force of individuals and community volunteer support groups, (business, corporate, educational and religious) to significantly impact the need for affordable housing and affordable living in North Florida. St Johns Housing Partnership has Nationally Certified Counselors offering the following programs: - Free program offering up to $42,000 in free mortgage help - Free One on One Counseling - Free Foreclosure Options - Access to Free Legal Help if Needed Call 904-819-1266 to qualify for these free services or visit us at http://www.sjhp.org
http://www.mslaw.edu The first author ever interviewed on Books of Our Time, Joseph Ellis, returns to the program to discuss with Dean Lawrence R. Velvel the enormous impact of the Adams family on the creation of the United States and why we will never see their type of leadership again. Ellis discusses the marriage and letters of John and Abigail Adams, the accomplishments of John Quincy Adams, how Adams differed from Washington and Jefferson, and about his work in the Continental Congress as well as in the Presidency. Mr. Ellis is a Professor of History at Mount Holyoke College and the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for History in 2001. The Massachusetts School of Law at Andover also presents information on important current affairs to the general public in television and radio broa...