Posts Tagged ‘ San Francisco Bay Guardian ’

SF Bay Guardian profiles Jose-Luis Mejia at TAYSF for his Children’s Fund advocacy

Apr 30th, 2014 | By
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Jose-Luis Mejia of TAYSF and CTAB pushed City Hall to meet the needs of disconnected young people in our City this week, the SF Bay Guardian reports:



How 20-Something’s Fare Rough Times: Some of Us Go Home, Others Wish They Had One

Dec 6th, 2010 | By

I recommend looking through two timely articles that underscore the coming of age experience of today’s youth in a torpid economy. The first article, from the New York Times Magazine, highlights the modern trend of huge numbers of nest-ridden and unemployed baccalaureates, a.k.a. “boomerang” youth…

By Justin Slaughter, TAYSF



How 20-Something's Fare Rough Times: Some of Us Go Home, Others Wish They Had One

Dec 6th, 2010 | By

I recommend looking through two timely articles that underscore the coming of age experience of today’s youth in a torpid economy. The first article, from the New York Times Magazine, highlights the modern trend of huge numbers of nest-ridden and unemployed baccalaureates, a.k.a. “boomerang” youth…

By Justin Slaughter, TAYSF