Communities In Schools of Central Texas is a beneficiary of this year’s ABC Kite Festival in Zilker Park! The event date is Sunday, March 29. CIS will have a booth at the event where we will hand out CIS information and promotional … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity!!
So. Self-care is actually a thing. And let’s be serious about this; we’re in America. Anxiety levels are high, insomnia is rapid, and I’ve seen a couple argue with a dog for twenty minutes straight on the bus. We’re having … Continue reading Yeah. So Self-care’s a thing.
The application for the 2020 Young Advocates Program is now open. The Young Advocates program is a paid leadership program developed by Young Invincibles. Young Advocates work to strengthen the voices of young people. Click to apply. The application includes … Continue reading Young Advocates Applications are open
Do you have a passion for food or want to work in food services? Our friends at Central Texas Food Bank offers a free 12-week, full-time training program. The mix of classroom time and hands-on job training is designed to teach … Continue reading Free Commercial Culinary Training for Grads / Alumni
Whether you’re a few years away from college, ready to start tomorrow, young or a mature student… or even getting ready for grad school, college preparation checklists will guide you through your academic and financial preparation. You have access to … Continue reading Are you thinking about college and don’t know where to begin? The Federal Student Aid website offers tips to help.
Halloween is so fun- because when else can you eat candy, and stay up late, and watch piles of horror without anyone saying anything about it? ……Okay, maybe except for your boss. But, there aren’t many others who will. And … Continue reading Funny, Frighting, and Spooky: What to watch this Halloween.
It’s the week of Halloween, and all around the city there are things to do and fun to be had. So we’re bring you some of the best things to do around the city- courtesy of DO512. But, as always, … Continue reading Halloween fun in Austin