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  • 20 by 2020 Expanson Plan: An Overview

    January 21, 2015 by admin

    To support our vision to become the nation’s leading movement for young people to disrupt the status quo and construct a safer, smarter, more socially conscious world, we are excited to launch our 20 by 2020 expansion plan. Starting January 2015, we will expand to at least 8 new college sites per year—in North Carolina…Read More

    Mentor of the Month – David Reavis

    January 19, 2015 by admin

    David Reavis is a junior Architectural Engineering major at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical University. David has recently taken on the position of site director for the North Carolina A&T Movement of Youth site, which will have its first Saturday Academy next month. During his time at Hillside High School in Durham, David was a…Read More

    Mentor of the Month – Kelsey Williams

    December 7, 2014 by admin

    Kelsey Williams is a junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Reporting. She has been involved with Movement of Youth for two years and currently serves as the Site Director for UNC Chapel Hill’s site. Kelsey says that she became a mentor with Movement of Youth because she knows that…Read More

    Mentee of the Month – Simon Lee

    December 7, 2014 by admin

    Simon Lee is a senior at Chapel Hill High School and is currently in his second year of involvement with Movement of Youth. Simon says that his experience with the program has been very fruitful. “I [have] most definitely benefited from the networking opportunities that have risen from my participation,” says Simon. He says that…Read More

    UNC Mentor Tianna Barnes Attends Graduate Conference

    December 7, 2014 by admin

    Movement of Youth mentor and UNC senior Tianna Barnes attended “The PhD Project” conference this past month. The PhD project is an informational network for African-Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans who are interested in pursuing business doctoral programs. The network is compromised of current doctoral students, faculty, and doctoral program directors who help provide…Read More

    UNC-Chapel Hill Movement of Youth Mentor, LJ Clark, receives acceptance to spring study abroad program

    November 9, 2014 by admin

    Movement of Youth Mentoring Services Director and UNC sophomore, LJ Clark, has recently received acceptance to the Public Health Brigade Program through “Global Brigades.” As a part of the program, he will be traveling to Honduras for a week in March 2015 to develop and attain sustainable health solutions. According to the program website, the…Read More