Village at Ithaca Director Karen Yearwood spoke with Gary Stewart, the Cornell Director of Community Relations. The interview originally aired on the WHCU podcast “All Things Equal” on October 13, 2015.
Village at Ithaca Board of Education Candidates Forum 2015 Written Responses to Questions Candidates were asked to respond to three questions. There was no minimum or maximum word limit imposed. The received responses are presented here in alphabetical order. Responses have not been edited, except for font and type size for consistency. 1) What lifeContinue reading “Vote May 19! Invest in our youth. Invest in our future.”
On Monday, April 20, from 6 – 8 pm, the Village at Ithaca will be hosting a very special event to celebrate all the Village has accomplished. The event will bring together speakers, panelists, and community members to discuss why the Village started, what’s happening now, and what are the future plans. In your continued supportContinue reading “We Believe In You!”
Check out the article below from the Ithaca Journal about the Village’s new cultural exchange program with Cornell’s Humphrey Fellows. This program starts tonight from 5:30-7 at the office of the Village at Ithaca. It is a great opportunity for Ithaca teens to develop an international perspective through conversations and music. If you are interested in participating, email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue reading “Ithaca students see world through international fellows”
We are excited to introduce a wonderful opportunity for Ithaca teens! In partnership with Cornell University’s Humphrey’s Program for cultural exchange, we are hosting a program where students and Humphrey Fellows from different countries can engage in discussion around culture using the theme of viewing the world through each respective lens. Students and Fellows willContinue reading “Sharing Our World Through Conversations and Writing”
Let’s Get Ready! is a nationwide academic initiative that provides well-structured and effective SAT test preparation for high school students free of charge.
This has been a year of tremendous growth and transition. Our first Executive Director, Cal Walker, is now a board member, and I, Karen Yearwood, have become the second Executive Director for our organization. As a co-founder, Cal has been instrumental in establishing many of our programs and services. We are grateful for his continuedContinue reading “Giving Thanks This Year”