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Second Youth Games open in wet Nanjing

4 months agoNews : The Newsroom

The second Youth Olympics opened in a wet Nanjing on Saturday with International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach encouraging the teenage athletes to have fun and embrace social media. "You are here to experience and promote the Olympic values of excellence, respect and friendship. Show More Summary

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Why Millennials Are Ditching Cars And Redefining Ownership

By Noah Nelson Photo Credit: Zach Brown Zach Brown prefers his skateboard and public transportation to get around L.A. You might think there's one place...

The Cool, Matronly Intern

last yearOdd : Thought Catalog

The conversation began innocently enough when I opened a copy of The New Yorker at work. “Work” was a media lab for youth and adult camps at WHYY, Philadelphia’s public radio station and home to various young, sprightly and bespectacled journalists.

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: The Complications Clearing A Juvenile Record

By Sayre Quevedo It was a little past 7 o’clock on a late summer morning in Fremont, California, and 18-year-old D was already running late....

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Young People Employed At Lowest Levels Since WWII

Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Ashley Williams Teen unemployment is triple the national average, but...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Young Conservative Celebrates Same-Sex Marriage Decisions

2 years agoNews : Huffington Post

By: Robyn Gee You might not expect somoene who worked on Governor Rick Perry's presidential campaign to celebrate the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. But...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Young Conservative Celebrates Same-Sex Marriage Decisions

By: Robyn Gee You might not expect somoene who worked on Governor Rick Perry's presidential campaign to celebrate the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. But...

MTV UK Head Kerry Taylor Gets Oversight of MTV Brand Outside the U.S.

Promoted to the role of senior vp, youth & music for Viacom International Media Networks, she will also oversee non-music-related content for all international MTV services. read more

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Jobstacles: For Teens, Soft Skills Are Hard Skills

By: Ashley Williams Three years ago, when Christian Hernandez was 16 years old, he recorded a joke voicemail greeting. It starts off with, “Hello. Hey!...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Young And Fighting Taboos In Turkey

Olga Müstecapl?o?lu and her boyfriend in their protective gear at Gezi Park. Photo Credit: Olga Müstecapl?o?lu By: Robyn Gee "I am 22-year-old girl, and...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Visiting Incarcerated Dads On Father's Day

2 years agoNews : Huffington Post

Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Sayre Quevedo For many family members with dads in prison,...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Obama Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett Discusses Youth Employment

Young people 16-24 are unemployed at more than twice the national average, and teenagers are unemployed at more than three times the national average. Youth Radio...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: For Teens, Is Any Job A Good Job?

By: Ashley Williams Eight bucks an hour plus tips. Drake Elliot says it’s not so bad to be a pizza delivery driver. Especially since the...

Sounds Like a Rahm Trick

If you follow international news, exuberant youth of indeterminate ethic origins have been rioting in Sweden for almost a week. Of course, the American media is busy trying to prove they are Tea Partiers, but they can't seem to findShow More Summary

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Rethinking Fast Fashion After Bangladesh

By Bianca Brooks I’ve always had a deep love for fashion. I celebrate fashion week like it’s a holiday. But earlier this year, I realized...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Jobstacles - From Banking To Hosting A TV Show

By Chaz Hubbard, Denise Tejada and Jenny Bolario What's the path to that dream job? How does one job lead to another? Youth Radio finds...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Placing More Value On Creating Technology Instead of Using It

Youth Radio's Christina So thinks schools should teach computer programming. Photo Credit: Brett Myers/Youth Radio By Christina So “I’m going to pick on you...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Jobstacles - Ten Year Path To Tesla And a Job Making Electric Cars

Joel Melero has always been into automobiles, but even he was surprised that his passion for cars led him to a career. Photo Credit:...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: How Young People Are Really Using Snapchat

Most of the news reports kept saying that Snapchat was all about teens sexting. But none of my friends used it for that. Photo...

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: "42" Review: Jackie Robinson's Story Hits Home

By Pendarvis Harshaw You know the story of Jackie Robinson--the first African American Major League ballplayer? He did it for the money. Branch Rickey—you know,...

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