Youth Institute seeks solutions to violence

The following story aired on WSVN FOX 7. The United Way Youth Institute hosted a panel discussion, where young people were able to ask questions and interact with community leaders. The panel is part of a year-long student program that focuses on empowering at-risk local youth, ages 14-18, to become successful in their careers, life-long community advocates, global citizens and agents of change.

WSVN FOX 7 | Jan 21, 2017 by Rebecca Vargas

Deputy Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Russell Benford; Director of Miami-Dade Juvenile Services Department, Morris Copeland; Assistant Director of Miami-Dade Police Department, Stephanie Daniels; Chief Strategy Officer of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Lisa Martinez; Vice President of Programs at Urban League, Sharron Henley; and Executive Director of AMIkids, Terrance Levell gathered with young people and their families.

Learn more about the Youth Institute here »

2018-03-31T14:39:14-04:00 February 24th, 2017|