Long Beach teens
Onlookers watch as a patient nearly misses dunking Chris Babbitt, M.D., medical director, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Miller Children’s, in a 500 gallon water tank to kick-off fundraising for Miller Children’s iWalk…4 Kids.
The Cultural Alliance of Long Beach (CALB) ends its Summer Youth Program with two teen empowerment workshops.
Public Speaking for Teens is Tuesday, July 29 from 6:00 – 9:00pm. Participants will learn the basics of public speaking, including organizing your presentations, engaging the audience and effective body language.
The Leadership Academy and Mentoring Program (LAMP) invites Long Beach youth between the ages of 14-24 years old to join a fun and leadership-building program. LAMP is a unique mentoring program for teens looking to develop skills in: photography, fashion and graphic design, and music and video production.
Local teenagers are invited to volunteer as Summer Adventures day camp counselors. The program, now in its 7th year, serves children ages 6-11. The camp, located on the Rancho Los Cerritos Historic site, runs in three week-long historically themed sessions, beginning on July 14th.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has issued a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the March 24, 2014 shooting of a 53-year-old male liquor store owner during a robbery, and the L.B.P.D.
from left to right – Mr. Minter, 10th Grade students Amanda Guarino, Jerry Serrano, Elle Gollison, Morgen Wright, Elisha Robertson, Elisa Prather, and Rita Goshert – along with Clinical Operations Manager of Miller Children’s Hospital.
As part of National Library Month, join authors Samantha Combs, T.M. Scott, Christine Fonseca and J.M. Zuniga who will share how writing and readers changed their lives on Saturday, April 5, 2014 in the Main Library Auditorium.
The Long Beach Playhouse continues its acclaimed summer youth education series with a new director and a new focus on process and education.
Long Beach Police arrested a total of five suspects in connection with one attempt robbery and three robberies, which occurred in the East and West Divisions.
Robbery detectives recognized an increase of incidents over the past few weeks and developed a strategy with the East Patrol, West Patrol, and the Gang and Violent Crimes Divisions.
Teens Can Make a Difference. Teens can give back to their community, explore career options, meet other teens, and build a stronger resume for college or that first job while volunteering at Rancho Los Cerritos!