Trevor Joseph is compiling a list of scholarships and academic grants offered in the Virgin Islands for high school, college, and graduate students and would like to ask for your help doing so. As a graduate of UVI, he knows how frustrating it was for him to find and apply to local scholarships. Aside from[…]
Coalition Member Activities
Community service hours, fun, environmental protection on St. John! CBCC will be hosting a three-day youth event entitled “Youth in Action in St. John” at the Calabash Boom Center on December 28-30, 2015 from 10am-4pm each day. This event promises to be a time of learning activities, games, and fun[…]
Working together for the benefit of all residents on St. John, the St. John Youth Coalition and the VI Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs invited all merchants on St. John to participate in an educational seminar for Community Awareness and Compliance Training on Thursday, November 5, 2015 10:00am-12noon at[…]
St. John Youth Coalition President, Angela D. Coleman, met with VI Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs Director of Enforcement, Winsbut MarFarlande and Enforcement Officer, Darryl Donovan, to discuss merchant training and the needs of youth on St. John. St. John Administrator, Camille Paris, was also in attendance for part[…]
Youth Programs on St. John is a working, public document to inform parents, students, and service providers about activities for youth on the island. If something needs to be added or changed, please let us know! Click on the image to get the pdf file.
Just Play is an annual sports event for youth sponsored by the St. John Community Foundation. For more information, contact Celia Kalousek at 340-693-9410.
We posted flyers on all vendor booths in the Village and in the surrounding area during this year’s Carnival Festival to keep children on St. John safe and reduce the number youth engaging in underage drinking and substance abuse. We would like to thank the St. John Carnival Committee for[…]
Now that summer is upon us, let’s use this time as one of fun, relaxation, reflection and productivity. We can turn our dreams into reality and, yes, we can do it all in one summer break! The St. John Youth Coalition has five Youth Worker positions available to start[…]
Virgin Islands Police Department Commissioner Delroy Richards says a main cause for the ongoing gun violence in the territory has to do with the territory’s leaders, and various government agencies, failing young people. Richards calls for a “multi-agency response” to help reverse the deeply rooted problem. “The problem that I[…]
Don’t forget to attend the Youth Summit later this month. It’s a wonderful five-day event for our youth!