How might young people prepare themselves to become cannabis entrepreneurs? Professionals from one of the nation’s top business schools have answers.
It’s always awkward when kids I know come in as customers. The underlying context is clear: Instead of being out having a good time on a Saturday night, I’m at work, serving them.
I look at my parents, who never went to college, and how they live paycheck to paycheck. It’s not the future I want for myself. But without financial aid, I may not have a choice.
I’ve always seen moving out on my own as a marker of adulthood, but for me, the cost outweighs the benefits.
Youth Radio’s Nanette Thompson has to lead with her wallet rather than her dream when it comes to picking her college.
Youth UpRising has drafted petitions for two charter schools: Castlemont Primary Academy and Castlemont Junior Academy. The primary academy opens its doors next fall, and the other is pending school board approval.
When I turned 18, my social worker made it seem like I wouldn’t qualify for MediCal anymore. So I stopped filling out the forms, and stopped going to the doctor.
It’s tough to be a teen in the job market.From figuring out the balance between school, work, and family to trying out professional etiquette for the first time, Youth Radio explored how young people get the skills they need to hold onto the jobs they want.
We’Ced discussed the importance of food assistance programs in their own lives, and how they foresee the change affecting their families.