We’re living in a time of unprecedented communal grief and children are not immune. But children’s grief doesn’t always look the same as adult grief. In this webinar, experts will discuss some of the ways children’s grief can manifest and provide guidance on how to respond and support grieving children. They’ll also address how misidentifying a grief response can negatively impact children—especially those from marginalized populations. REGISTER HERE to attend “Recognizing and Responding to Children’s Grief,” a live webinar with a panel discussion on Wednesday, April 28, 7:00–8:00 p.m. (EDT) This event is presented by WPSU.
WSKG is pleased to be the recipient of a $5,000 challenge grant from Newman’s Own Foundation. This grant helps WSKG bring you award winning educational programming and supports projects such as American Graduate and Youth Voice – programs that help local youth see the value of education and stay on track to graduation. For the month of February only, your contribution to WSKG’s youth programs will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $5,000, by the Newman’s Own Foundation. Please help us meet this challenge!
Newman’s Own Foundation has been supporting public media for 32 years — since 1983.
A mentor is defined as “someone who teaches, gives help and advice to… often a younger person.” Public media calls them #AmGrad Champions. See some of the mentors making a difference in the lives of youth across the country when you visit the American Graduate website! WSKG highlights local mentors and champions here:
Share your mentor story with us at @WSKG using the hashtag #UpstateGrad!