Stop Saying “It Ruined My Childhood.”

Stop Saying “It Ruined My Childhood.”

(Jingle) Ugh, Did you guys hear this? They’re rebooting the Ghostbusters movie. But with none of the original cast members. Not even Bill Murray? Especially not Bill Murray. Why does hollywood keep fucking with the stuff I loved as a kid? Seriously, And I’m not exaggerating, this. Ruins. My childhood. I was 9 years oldRead More Stop Saying “It Ruined My Childhood.”

Discover the Child and Youth Care Fast-Track Program

Discover the Child and Youth Care Fast-Track Program

[music] RAMONE RAYNER: At the time, I was looking for something that would kind of add or complement my previous education while at the same time giving me field placement opportunities. HAYLEY POCOCK: All of us came from different experiences. ANDREW BUNTIN: The fast track program at George Brown is a little different. It’s designedRead More Discover the Child and Youth Care Fast-Track Program

Confederation College – Child and Youth Worker Program

Confederation College – Child and Youth Worker Program

I love being around kids and what really drew me to the program was the opportunity to make a difference in the community. I go to work every day and I’m thankful that I have a full-time job and I’m thankful that I work with a lot of really great people. I work with theRead More Confederation College – Child and Youth Worker Program

The Hell of America’s Daycare System (with Jonathan Cohn) 1/2

The Hell of America’s Daycare System (with Jonathan Cohn) 1/2

sits on the floor it is a pleasure to welcome to the program from of the new republic terrific own that doesn’t think civilians cout strapping on the shelf uh… the these uh… in uh… the new republic added this uh… uh… current issue of the new republic uh… is entitled the hal of americanRead More The Hell of America’s Daycare System (with Jonathan Cohn) 1/2

Child Development: “Connor’s Trying to Learn and Grow into His Body.”

Child Development: “Connor’s Trying to Learn and Grow into His Body.”

What do you think a wobbler is? I think that describes right when they’re not quite an infant and not quite a toddler. Connor, he walked a little bit later than his brother. He was not a baby any more, but still trying to learn his body, and grow into his body and all theRead More Child Development: “Connor’s Trying to Learn and Grow into His Body.”

What does a youth worker do?

What does a youth worker do?

Feeling down, having hassles with friends, school or family can be pretty isolating. If you don’t know what to do, talking to someone who understands young people can really help. A youth worker is one of those people. They understand what young people go through, and they’re really easy to talk to. They’re also connectedRead More What does a youth worker do?

Cutting the cycle of poverty and marginalization of Roma youth

Cutting the cycle of poverty and marginalization of Roma youth

This is Dina. Dina will not finish school. She’s been wrongfully placed in a school for the mentally disabled. No girl or woman in her village has gone to university, and few have finished secondary school. Her parents assume she will drop out of school and help support her family instead. But Dina knows thatRead More Cutting the cycle of poverty and marginalization of Roma youth

Successes and Challenges of Transitioning Youth From Congregate Care (audio description)

Successes and Challenges of Transitioning Youth From Congregate Care (audio description)

[Taffy Compain]: Hello everyone. My name is Taffy Compain, and I’m the National Foster Care Specialist for the Children’s Bureau, where I have the pleasure of leading the National Foster Care Month initiative in May. On behalf of the Children’s Bureau, we want to thank you for participating in our Challenges and Successful Practices forRead More Successes and Challenges of Transitioning Youth From Congregate Care (audio description)

Hitchhikers Discussing Child Labour in Ethiopia – Thumbs Up Africa #10

Hitchhikers Discussing Child Labour in Ethiopia – Thumbs Up Africa #10

It’s a very rich country; I’ve been told that about 80 percent works in agriculture. There is a lot of family tradition. That means that boys, but also girls work together with their family on the land. The guy in the car just explained that we will visit an educational project. A lot of childrenRead More Hitchhikers Discussing Child Labour in Ethiopia – Thumbs Up Africa #10

Lasting Moments: The heartbreaking reality of childhood dementia

Lasting Moments: The heartbreaking reality of childhood dementia

She says, “Mum, when I grow up, I’m going to be a teacher, mum, queen,” And I’m not going to tell her otherwise. She needs to have hope. She needs to have self esteem. We’ve never explained the exact situation and their diagnosis to the boys. And I couldn’t do it cause I just couldn’tRead More Lasting Moments: The heartbreaking reality of childhood dementia