Familia a Familia



Familia A Familia is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) that promotes social well-being of families in Northern Colorado. Our purpose is to create community among our families, with the opportunity to Connect with new friendships; Socialize organizing trips to different events in the city, visits to  museums, enjoying our beautiful surroundings and nature; and Thrive exchanging knowledge and experiences.

Familia A Familia es una organización sin fines de lucro 501(c)(3) que promueve el bienestar social de las familias en el norte de Colorado. Nuestro propósito es crear una comunidad entre nuestras familias, con la oportunidad de Conectar con nuevas amistades; Socializar organizando viajes a los diferentes eventos en la ciudad, visitas a museos, disfrutando de nuestro hermoso entorno en la naturaleza; y Prosperar intercambiando conocimientos y experiencias.

OASOS’ youth leadership program, Youth Advocating for Change, is  now accepting applications for next school year!

The YAC is recruiting!  OASOS’ youth leadership program, Youth Advocating for Change, is  now accepting applications for next school year! The YAC is a leadership and activism group designed for LGBTQQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual and more) and allied youth to advocate for change in Boulder County. Next year, they will be addressing bullying and policies that impact LGBTQIA+ youth in schools.  Youth can apply at www.tinyurl.com/ApplyYAC2018 by April 20th! In return for their efforts, the youth get the satisfaction of learning to organize, a stipend, a free 4-day  retreat in the mountains, and many opportunities for personal, educational and professional growth.

CU Boulder’s Women in Business Case Competition

CU Boulder is offering a free summer two-day program for women interested in Business. Applicants must be juniors or seniors in high school. 

Women in Business Case Competition (June 22 – 23): We invite talented high school women to compete in a case competition at the Leeds School of Business this summer. Participating students will gain real world experience while competing in a case challenge set in the business field that focuses on issues impacting women.  The winning team will receive a scholarship to the Leeds School of Business, and program attendees will have the opportunity to network with Leeds staff, faculty, and our corporate partners. Application deadline has been extended to April 13th Click here to view a brochure. Click here to apply. 

Questions about the Women in Business Competition?

Contact Janelle Posey at: (303)-735-0588 or Janelle.Posey@colorado.edu

Undocumented and interested in a medical career?

What: CU DREAMing for Health Summit

Date: Friday, April 13, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Where: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, 13001 E 17th Pl, Aurora, Colorado 80045

Any Undocumented/ DREAMer student who is pursuing any pre-health career (pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-nursing, etc.,) is welcome to join us in our FIRST annual CU DREAMing for Health Summit. We have invited multiple Undocumented Friendly Medical Schools within the United States that offer multiple pre-health programs. We will also be having representatives from Anschutz Medical Campus where the summit will also be held. This summit is designed to inform DREAMer students the “ins and outs” of how to get into Medical School, Dentistry School, Nursing School, etc. There will be various workshops tailored to our DREAMer students so that they are able to accomplish their Pre-Health Dreams.

Being Undocumented and wanting to go into the medical field is very difficult, majority of Dreamers wish to become Doctors, Nurses, Physical Therapists, etc., This summit will help students who are in undergraduate school see that there are schools who see them, who see potential in them, who have resources for them to make their dreams reality.

Here is the link for registration https://fs25.formsite.com/OIOUCDenver/DREAMing/index.html
Please, sign up by April 6th, 2018. We look forward on meeting you all!!!!!

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

What is RYLA?

RYLA stands for Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.  For over 25 years, Rotary has sponsored this 5-day leadership conference for high school juniors and seniors called RYLA. The objectives of RYLA are:


  • To provide an atmosphere where future leaders experience democratic living, and which will aid them in developing sound values.
  • To promote an environment that will provide each individual with the basis of insight and understanding for intelligent leadership.
  • To expose youth leaders to some opportunities and challenges of life in a free democratic, society.
  • To promote involvement that encourages the participants to think through and arbitrate conflicts in values.


These objectives are accomplished through a 5-day program that emphasizes values like personal responsibility, service and integrity and develops skills like goal-setting, decision-making, teamwork and interpersonal skills.   The program is very action-oriented and includes activities like guest speakers, the RYLA Olympics, teambuilding activities, skits and group discussions on issues appropriate to this age group. The students stay in a dormitory environment and are supervised by adult Rotarians.


When and where is it?

The conference will be held at the YMCA in Estes Park, CO, 60 minutes northwest of Denver.  There are 2 camps and the student can select which week they would like to attend based on their schedule. The first camp will begin mid-afternoon Sunday, July 15 and conclude at noon on Friday, July 20, 2018.  The second week will begin mid-afternoon Sunday, July 22 and conclude at noon on Friday, July 27, 2018.


Who is eligible?

  • Any student entering the 11th or 12th grade next fall.
  • The ideal candidate for RYLA has either demonstrated leadership ability in school, church or community activities or is a responsible and enthusiastic follower and has leadership potential. Sometime the best candidate has yet to have his or her leadership potential discovered.
  • A young person who is honest, responsible and shows the ability to make good decisions.
  • A young person who is recommended by a teacher, counselor or Rotarian and in good standing with the school.


What does it cost?

As an award for excellence, a local Rotary Club pays the conference fee of $450, and over 100 volunteers donate a week of their time, so there is no cost to the student.


How can students apply?

The student completes an application online at www.rmRYLA.org, gets their parent’s signature,   and also gets the signature of a counselor, teacher or Rotarian.  They will then be interviewed for possible selection by the Mead Rotary club. They MUST contact the Mead Rotary Club RYLA REP to ensure they are scheduled for an interview!  Each Rotary club interviews and selects the winning students by May 15. Every Rotary club establishes its own schedule prior to May 15, so contact them early to be sure and fit into their schedule.


They can call or email Veronica Silbaugh after they have filled out their application.

Cell-970-539-8435     Email-vsilbaugh@aol.com

For more information, please read everything on the home page and in the “About RYLA” link on www.rmRYLA.org, and contact your local Rotary Club via the “Find Rotary Contacts” page on the web site. You can also contact the RYLA Registrar, Registrar@rmRYLA.org.


Rocky Mountain Conservancy High School Leadership Corps

Here is an opportunity for high school students to spend two-weeks learning and working in Rocky Mountain National Park through the Rocky Mountain Conservancy – High School Leadership Corps.

The Rocky Mountain Conservancy – High School Leadership Corps is an immersive 12-day experience. In 2018, there will be two sessions: June 11-22 and July 16-27. Each session will host 10 high school students. Students must be under 18 years of age during the program.

Participants will camp in Rocky Mountain National Park for the duration of the experience. During the program, youth will complete service projects, engage in a variety of trainings related to career and personal development, and participate in experiential learning activities in RMNP. The experience will culminate with a picnic, and youth will be invited to reflect on their experience with Conservancy staff, NPS facilitators and their families.

The program will be led by two Conservancy staff who will be with youth throughout the 12-day experience, camping at the campground, teaching programs, leading projects, and guiding campsite activities.

Participants will receive a $400 stipend upon completion of the program. Additionally, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy provides housing (camping), work clothing, boots and gear for the experience. To learn more and to apply, please visit: https://rmconservancy.org/learn-us/high-school-leadership-corps/

2018 High School Leadership Corps Announcement_Colorado Recruitment

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