The University of Toledo’s Master of Social Work Program is hosting a CEU event on the topic of Teen Intimate Partner Violence. It’s free and open to the public, including any parents and teens that would like to learn more. The event is Friday, April 21 from 9-11am at the University of Toledo’s Health and
Imagination Station is taking a stand against the tightening of school budgets and the resulting impact which limits field trips and produces spending cuts for math and science programs. The science learning center has announced a renewal of their Adopt-A-School program for 2017, asking school leaders and educators to submit an application for consideration in
The Arts Commission, Lucas County Job and Family Services and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TCLPL) recently created a mural to celebrate youth and art. 16 youths, chosen from around the city, were selected to paint a mural at the main library. The Commission hired the young people as apprentices for their Young Artists
A local teen can put a big checkmark next to a personal goal: earn a black belt in Taekwon Do. Ana Pacheco is a 15-year-old freshman at Northview High School. She’s been participating in Taekwon Do since she was 9. In early March, she received her black belt in the sport. A huge feat for
“Everybody should have access to premier health care” is the idea behind the free Community Care Clinics through the University of Toledo.