Get a glimpse into a Y-PLAN site tour through the eyes of the UC Berkeley mentors supporting Kennedy High School's IT Academy seniors as they visited Richmond’s Point Molate, San Francisco's Union Square, and the offices the Resilient by Design HOME Team's Mithun architecture and design firm.
UC Berkeley’s Center for Cities + Schools and the Resilient by Design | Bay Area Challenge, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, kicked off the spring Y-PLAN Youth Challenge on Tuesday, January 30th at the Bay Area Metro Center in San Francisco.
Y-PLAN Richmond students from across the city will share their experiences developing college, career, and community readiness skills and their recommendations for building a healthier, more equitable, joyful, and sustainable Richmond.
The final Y-PLAN presentations to BART from the Kennedy High School IT Academy Seniors will take place on Monday December 5 from 5:30-7:30 pm.
Students form IT Academy at Kennedy HS partner with BART to help improve outreach strategies.
Richmond High School Youth Joins National Leaders - The Importance Of Elevating + Listening to Youth
Richmond High School Youth Joins National Leaders - The Importance Of Elevating and Listening to Youth Input
Join Y-PLAN on November 16th in Richmond. Educators and civic leaders will come together to plan healhty, vibrant cities for and with young people!
Presentations from Y-PLAN De Anza and Kennedy High School focused on equity and access in downtown Oakland for people of all ages, and Richmond High School Health Academy students shared their innovative work currently to offer a class on healthy living to local middle schools working in partnership with Contra Costa Health Services. Mayor Tom Butt "[wants] many of these ideas moved into action, and soon!"
Join community members, educators, and city leaders to hear students present findings and proposals for improving health and digital connectivity in Richmond!
Students participating in the Y-PLAN Richmond Healthy Cities Initiative recently took to the streets of Downtown Richmond to explore the neighborhood and map its strengths and opportunities for improvement. The Richmond Healthy Cities Initiative is a two-year action research effort to provide direct support to Linked Learning Pathways and The California Endowment Building Healthy Communities Initiative through Y-PLAN.