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Graduation Gowns Given a Second Life to Benefit Essential Workers

Recent grads may not have been able to don their caps and gowns for a traditional ceremony this year, but they're getting an A-plus for finding a clever way to put their robes to good use!

3 Ways Teens Can Make a Major Impact This Election Day

Election Day falls on November 3 this year. If you're an American citizen (or you meet your state's residency requirements) and you're at least 18 years of age, you're legally allowed to vote. But what about teens who are underaged and still want to stay involved somehow? Here are three ways:

How High School Students Can Help End Dating Abuse in Rockland County

Dating abuse is, sadly, all too common; according to breakthecycle.com, one in three high school students experience physical or sexual violence—or both—from a dating partner. It can have devastating effects, such as being a factor in depression, leading to a dependency on drugs and alcohol, engaging in violent relationships, and even suicide.


Teens Make a Rap Video About the 2020 Census (And Yes, It Slaps)

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Join a Food Drive for COVID Relief on 9/11

Twin YouTubers' Epic Reaction to Phil Collins Is Our Weekend Mood

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Choosing A Service Project

Choosing Your Service Project

Throughout the year, many young folks and parents contact us about faith-based service projects. To complete their confirmation or bar/bat mitzvah, youth may be asked to complete a certain amount of service hours or a service project.