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Join ABC10's Cristina Mendonsa at the Great Cake Walk Today!

Join ABC10's Cristina Mendonsa at the Great Cake Walk Today!

Join ABC10 and Closing the Gap to raise funds for academic achievement in the Sacramento region!

Where: Sacramento State

When: 5p-8p

Year Two of Cooley bill to protect young athletes

Year Two of Cooley bill to protect young athletes

In year two of Cooley bill to protect young athletes,

Concussion and U.S. Soccer bring spotlight back to adolescent brain injury       

Rancho Cordova – On July 21, 2014, Assemblyman Ken Cooley’s AB 2127 was signed into law to address high school football brain injury concerns, but importantly also strengthened the rules by which concussions experienced by all high school athletes are handled, regardless of sport.

Disability Awareness Art Week Exhibit

Disability Awareness Art Week Exhibit
Disability Awareness Art Week Exhibit
11-02-2015 - 11-05-2015
Folsom Lake College
http://www.flc.losrios.edu/
Admission: Free
 
(916) 608-6611
PimentC@flc.losrios.edu
 
Start Time(s): Mondays-Thursdays 10am-2pm Reception Thurs (11/5) 5pm-7:30pm
Folsom Lake Colleges Disabled Student Services and Programs (DSP&S) has hosted a Disability Awareness Art Week for the past seven years, with great success This week-long exhibit of artwork, produced by students with disabilities, will highlight students artistic achievements It will feature painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and digital art media The art week promotes the students self-esteem, pride in their talents, and fosters an awareness of the creative achievements of students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities A community reception will be held in the Peregrine Room to recognize the students ta
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High school students learn multimedia skills at Sac State

High school students learn multimedia skills at Sac State

"It really opened my eyes as to what I want to do with my future." - Jessica Henderson

      "It was cool to work and learn about multimedia journalism." - Keegan Morris

The Multimedia Journalism Summer Academy for High School Students wrapped up at Sacramento State with students producing video projects on their smartphones.

News10’s George Warren and former News10 anchor Sharon Ito led the weeklong workshop, where students toured the News10 studios and received hands-on training in shooting, writing and editing a video story.  (Click to see the News10 photo album.)

Here are some of their projects:

Thanksgiving Lego Camp - Jedi Master Engineering

Thanksgiving Lego Camp - Jedi Master Engineering

Just three days, but our Thanksgiving camp gives participants the opportunity to build complex machines and structures based on the best designs from a galaxy far, far away. Projects include LEGO X-Wings, AT-AT Walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, settlements and fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi instructors reinforce key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion and more as students tap into the powerful forces of imagination and engineering.

  • Location:   Barrett Ranch Elementary - 7720 Ocean Park Dr., Antelope
  • Ages:   7-12 years
  • Fee:   $93
  • When:   Mon - Wed, 9:00am - 12:00pm 11/24 - 11/26

 

HealthCorps positions open to youth and older

HealthCorps positions open to youth and older

One of America’s leading advocates in providing health education, HealthCorps, is currently searching for new coordinators in the Sacramento area. These coordinators would be in charge of leading school and community based programs designed to heighten physical, mental, and emotional health. HealthCorps employees are keen on spreading lessons in fitness and tailoring the next generation for long, healthy lives.

HealthCorps coordinators should be passionate about health and be able to lead and participate in community outreach programs. Image courtesy of HealthCorps.org.

Founded in 2003 by renowned heart surgeon, author, and talk show host Mehmet Oz, HealthCorps has launched a huge number of health education programs throughout America. As stated on HealthCorps.org, their mission is to “implement an innovative in-school model that inspires teens to make healthier choices for themselves and their families.”