Are you an immigrant youth ready get active in your communities? Do you want to learn more about how to change issues that affect you and your community? Then register for NYSYLC's Youth Empowerment Program!
This program, better known as YEP, aims to develop the political analysis of migrant youth regardless of their immigration status, and provide them with the tools necessary to organize and become agents of change in our communities.
YEP is a collective learning space where participants, program organizers and guest speakers and facilitators engage in in-depth discussions to explore the intersections of systems of oppression, such as patriarchy, white supremacy and racism. Through lively discussions and group activities, participants will become active in their personal, intellectual and communal growth.
We encourage undocumented migrant youth of color to apply. YEP is a free program. The workshop content will be presented in intermediate & high intermediate ELL levels.
Monday August 6th- Friday August 10th 4:30pm-8:00pm
Monday August 13th - Friday August 17th 4:30pm-8:00pm
August 18th Celebration Day
- To attend ALL workshops.
- To bring this information back to your community (organization, school, home, etc.)
FOOD & BEVERAGES will be provided for all workshops. Celebration Day will be potluck style.
All workshops to be held at the NYSYLC office on 168 Canal Street New York, New York 10013
***There will be metrocards available for participants who request them***
The NYSYLC was the first undocumented youth led organization in New York. We work to empower immigrant youth through leadership development, grassroots organizing, educational advancement, and self-expression. Our goal is to give undocumented youth the tools and space to organize and create change in our communities.
If you want to help us keep these programs running for youth, please donate here! nysylc.org/donate