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Youth Opportunities Unlimited Receives $20,000 Grant from the Starbucks Foundation

Y.O.U is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Starbucks Foundation as part of its new Opportunity for All initiative. Funds from the grant will allow Y.O.U. to continue to strengthen its operations and school-based and community-based workforce programs. Y.O.U. is the only nonprofit in the state of Ohio to receive the grant from the Starbucks Foundation.

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Y.O.U. Awarded Grant from The Veale Foundation

Y.O.U. received a grant from The Veale Foundation for $130,000. The 2017 -2018 academic year award is for E CITY participation in The Veale Youth Entrepreneurship Forum. The Veale Youth Entrepreneurship Forum is a growing network of high schools in Northeast Ohio that equips students with an entrepreneurial mindset and essential skills through exceptional education and real world experiences in entrepreneurship.

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Mayor’s Neighborhood Corps Wraps Up Summer Projects

Summer has come to a close for the 73 youth participating in the Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Neighborhood Corps and, at a wrap-up party, all eight teams assembled and shared their projects and learning experiences.

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JOG Expands to Three New High Schools

The 2017-18 school year is almost upon us, and Y.O.U. is excited to welcome to the JOG program students from Washington Park High School in Cleveland, and Lorain and Oberlin high schools in Lorain County.

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JOG Graduate Sets His Sites on Mercyhurst University

When Adrien Grant stepped to the microphone to deliver his award-winning speech at the Youth Career Olympics Victory Celebration, he knew what he wanted to do; inspire his fellow competitors to take small steps that can lead to big bonuses in life.

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Y.O.U. Partners with Mayor Jackson’s Violence Reduction Initiative

Y.O.U. and Mayor Frank Jackson have partnered to add more jobs and create more opportunities for teens and young adults in Cleveland.  It’s all part of the City of Cleveland and Mayor Jackson’s initiative to reduce violence and crime through the Office of Prevention, Intervention and Opportunity for Youth and Young Adults.

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