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Y-PLAN Mentor Series #5- The Kings Attend the Chancellor’s Breakfast

event • Posted by Selena Perez Tejeda
On Friday, September 29th, Y-PLAN received special recognition from Chancellor Christ in the Chancellor’s Community Leaders Breakfast. Along with Y-PLAN and BART staff, AAMA Director Jerome Gourdine and Skyline High School teacher Jamal Muhammad, two of AAMA’s kings attended the event and spoke of their experience during the Y-PLAN process last semester and the their internship with BART over the summer.
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Y-PLAN Mentor Series #4: The Kings Make Their Proposal A Reality

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Following the Y-PLAN end of the year events in Oakland, BART hired seven students from AAMA Y-PLAN classes for stipended 5-week summer internships to implement one of these proposals: a community mural campaign. Under the direction of Jennifer Easton and Alicia Trost, BART’s Directors of Arts and Communications, respectively, AAMA Y-PLAN interns developed a theme, distributed a call for artists, and made their selections for the Oakland Coliseum BART Muralist during the month of July.
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Y-PLAN Mentor Series #3: Building an Oakland Good Enough for a King

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This is the third in a series of blog posts by Selena Perez Tejeda from her perspective as a UC Berkeley student working as a Y-PLAN mentor in Oakland. She discusses the final presentations coming up April 17th and the responsibility adults have to listen to the young people's proposals.
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Y-PLAN Mentor Series #2: The Project Begins to Take Form for the Kings

event • Posted by Selena Perez Tejeda
This is the second in a series of blog posts by Selena Perez Tejeda from her perspective as a UC Berkeley student working as a Y-PLAN mentor in Oakland.
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Y-PLAN Mentor Series #1: AAMA and BART Begin Their Partnership

event • Posted by Selena Perez Tejeda
This is the first in a series of blog posts by Selena Perez Tejeda from her perspective as a UC Berkeley student working as a Y-PLAN mentor in Oakland.
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