A stand-up comedian, social activist, media satirist, and a gamer, Nicholas Carefoot, 23, is our October’s Youth of the Month!
Known as the pillar of his False Creek community, Nicholas makes sure that people are happy.
“I’ve lived in other neighborhoods where people aren’t friendly," he says. "By doing little things likeOctober 2012: Nicholas Carefoot
Y57 recently posted a poll question asking youth whether or not they'd participate in an unpaid internship. 81% said yes while 13% said no, and the rest asked if unpaid internships were illegal. Seeing as an overwhelming amount answered yes, it seems that most of us are willing to workUnpaid Internships: Exploitative or Beneficial?
As promised, here is part three of my backpacking adventures!
After spending those seven or so months in Australia, finishing our educational semester abroad, we decided that since there was still two months before school starts in Canada and England, let's go on a new adventure-fly next door to New Zealand!
TIP:A Juicy Adventure Around New Zealand
When I asked Jamie what the one thing to take away from our conversation was, he repeated our favourite phrase of the afternoon no one is the body police.
I first encountered Jamie on one of my lazy Saturday afternoon walks down Commercial Drive, and was he ever hard to miss.No One is the Body Police!
An actress, model, and beauty pageant organizer, Shayla Stonechild is our Youth of the Month for February! At only 18 years old, Shayla is already set to create change around her community and peers.
Born in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Shayla has always been surrounded by the arts. In fact, she startedFebruary 2013: Shayla Jade Stonechild
Craving some quality live music after exam season? Then come out to part four of our Coffee Shop Series featuring a night of live music by amazing local youth artists!
When: Thursday, April 26, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Where: The Wired Monk Coffee Bistro (Kitsilano - 2610 West 4th ave)
Who: LocalY57 Media Presents: Coffee Shop Series Part 4