ASPIRA of New York 20th Annual City Youth Conference

Produced as part of the campaign to promote ASPIRA of New York's 20th Anniversary City Youth Conference on March 30, 2013. Since 1993, ASPIRA of New York has hosted the annual City Youth Conference. Organized primarily by the youth participating in ASPIRA's Leadership Clubs, the conference is designed to address educational, cultural and social issues from a student's perspective. Students attend two workshop sessions (one in the morning and one in the afternoon) ranging in subject from gender, health and political issues to workshops on college and career planning. The various workshops are chosen by the youth coordinating the conference and feature guest speakers and facilitators, many of whom volunteer their time to speak and interact with the conference attendees. In addition to the workshops, a college fair is held featuring representatives from roughly 30-40 accredited colleges and universities who speak with students about the available degree programs at their respective school as well as answer student questions about the admissions process, financial aid and college life. Closing out the event there was an entertainment segment that features youth dancers, singers, poets and musicians performing before their peers and exercising their artistic and creative talents.

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Art Director & Graphic Design: Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez - @MrEdgardoNYC
Illustrator & Digital Colorist: Raúl Treviño
Animator: José A. Gutiérrez Rivera
Music used for promotional purposes only

Produced as part of the campaign to promote ASPIRA of New York's 20th Anniversary City Youth Conference on March 30, 2013. Since 1993, ASPIRA of New York has hosted the annual City Youth Conference. Organized primarily by the youth participating in ASPIRA's Leadership Clubs, the conference is designed to address educational, cultural and social issues from a student's perspective. Students attend two workshop sessions (one in the morning and one in the afternoon) ranging in subject from gender, health and political issues to workshops on college and career planning. The various workshops are chosen by the youth coordinating the conference and feature guest speakers and facilitators, many of whom volunteer their time to speak and interact with the conference attendees. In addition to the workshops, a college fair is held featuring representatives from roughly 30-40 accredited colleges and universities who speak with students about the available degree programs at their respective school as well as answer student questions about the admissions process, financial aid and college life. Closing out the event there was an entertainment segment that features youth dancers, singers, poets and musicians performing before their peers and exercising their artistic and creative talents.
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