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Blending Nutrition and Video Production–Read about VIC’s project with youth — cooking, video and nutrition.
Presentation at University of California, San Diego, Institute of the Americas– Multinational conference on gangs and youth. VIC Director, Kristine Diekman, presents with parent educator, Dr. Beatriz Villarreal of Mano a Mano.
Find a story about Cooking It Up show in Edible San Diego. Check out page 23!
Watch our KPBS segment: Crawford High School Students Learn About Diversity and Health Through Cooking Show
Our work with youth at Crawford High School and a team of experts in video, nutrition, cooking and graphics has culminated in the Cooking It Up Show Website. Please visit the site, and utilize the recipes! Thanks to State Farm … Continue reading
VIC receives $37,000 grant from the State Farm Youth Advisory Board (with matching funds from additional funders) — one of 68 projects that were submitted for funding from a pool of over 900. Under the issue of Health and Wellness, … Continue reading
Migdalia Loyala and Liz Pangerl, part of the Vamos a Hablar creative team, have finished the interactive Spanish and English teaching guides for Vamos a Hablar. They can be downloaded from the VIC website for free. Don’t forget to purchase … Continue reading
Video in the Community and Mano a Mano Foundation Present: Vamos a Hablar/Let’s Talk Teen Pregnancy Prevention Summit Exploring the Power of Open Communication Between Adults and Youth Screening and teaching guide overview for Vamos a Hablar/Let’s Talk To register: … Continue reading
Video in the Community and Mano a Mano Foundation Present: Vamos a Hablar/Let’s Talk Teen Pregnancy Prevention Summit Exploring the Power of Open Communication Between Adults and Youth May 22nd, 9am – 12noon California State University San Marcos Clarke Field … Continue reading
VIC Students are awarded a grant from the CSUSM Social Justice and Equity Project for their work on “These Walls: Removing Barriers to Educational Equity.” The grant will provide hard-earned stipends for their hard work.