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Sol Collective hosted of series of workshops that helped young girls follow their dreams of becoming a DJ.
Un celebración para los artistas. The Sol Collective community organization hosted their 4th annual Piñata Festival on Saturday, May 24th. Those who helped coordinate this event support Sol Collective’s mission of promoting arts, culture, and activism in the community. People came together to celebrate Hispanic culture and the ancient art of the piñata among other forms of artistic expression. Live music, dancing, and art united to produce an culturally enriching event.
Music programs in schools have suffered since the 2008 recession. California schools were hit particularly hard, with over $109 million deviated from the state’s education budget and 50% of the state’s school music programs shutting down. However, despite these challenges, Sacramento students still work to fulfill their love of music by making their own and sharing the love with others.
This video is about ,Sol Collective a non-profit community partnership with the mission to “use art, education, and technology as a didactic medium to create mobilization and community empowerment.” Some of the things featured in this video are shots of the extremely artistic paintings that are proudly displayed all throughout collective.
“I’ve herd about the collective all over Sacramento and I’ve always like music so I felt it would be a great opportunity for me to work here,” says Andre Castaneda, a youth studio technician intern featured in the video.
For more information about the collective and how to get involved check out the link bellow.
A.R.T.S Anonymous is a “Artists Recovering Through the Twelve Steps” program and in this video Kevin, the A.R.T.S Anonymous Meeting Facilitator for the Sacramento area will further explain in depth what it is. Also, a current member tells their story about their music and experience being in the group so far. For more information check out the links below the video.
Wednesdays, 7:30 pm
The Sutter Cancer Centre
2800 L Street
The Buhler Building
Meeting contact: Kevin (916) 485-1080
The meeting will be held in Classroom #1 first floor, or in conference room #220 on second floor, read the card on the side of the door and it will tell you if the meeting is in that room. If it doesn’t show the meeting then it’s in the other room.
Looking for a Job?!? Need Help with your Resume? Job Searching? Preparing for an Interview? Need a mentor
Summer Access Lounge is the place for you & all your friends! Starting June 22nd, we’ll be hosting incredible, interactive, innovative enrichment workshops for youth every Wednesday for the summer from 4-6PM.
- Make a Resume & Fill a Job App
- Learn to Job Search & Interview
- Service Learning Projects
- Learn to be a Leader!
- Explore different Careers
- Empowerment “Open Mic” Nites
- Professionalism & Communication
- Preparing for College 101
- Creative Arts Workshop
- Preparing for College 101
Location: Broadway Career Center on 915 Broadway, Sacramento
Resources: Job Announcements, Career resources, College information and more
Services: One on one Job & College Counseling
For more information contact the Youth Specialist:
“Any Opportunity for Any Youth”
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