Twenty emerging young leaders were selected to represent their states and FosterClub as 2012 All-Stars. Meet them here, and follow their adventures!

The 2012 FosterClub #All-Star Interns are:

Session A:

  • Ricardo Marquez
  • Nicholas Gee
  • Sharanda Crews
  • Leah Cleland
  • Danetra Mcdonald
  • Marcella Middleton
  • Lucky Allen
  • Elbert Wilson
  • Chris Woods
  • Kodie Sirois

 

Sponsors

Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Anonymous
Arizona Department of Economic Security
Arkansas Division of Children and Family Services
Colorado Department of Human Services
Connecticut Bureau of Child Welfare
Discovery Land Company Foundation
Foundation for California Community Colleges
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Missouri Department of Social Services
Murray State University
Nevada Division of Child and Family Services
New York State Office of Children and Families
North Carolina Division of Social Services
Oregon Department of Human Services
Vermont Department for Children and Families

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#FamilyFirstAct Twitter Storm

#FamilyFirstAct Twitter storm Friday, July 8th at 12pm ET, 9am PT

Foster Youth Support #FamilyFirstAct

Join former foster youth, pediatricians, child advocates, child welfare service providers, and policymakers for an hour-long Twitter storm on what children need from the child welfare system in orderto heal from trauma and thrive in family settings. Right now, major child welfare reform efforts are taking place on Capitol Hill through legislation known as the Family First Prevention Services Act. Among many other benefits, the bipartisan bill supports keeping children safely with their families, preventing the need for foster care, and ensuring that children in group homes have access to licensed clinical and nursing staff onsite where they live.

#FamilyFirstAct Twitter Storm

#FamilyFirstAct Twitter storm Friday, July 8th at 12pm ET, 9am PT

Foster Youth Support #FamilyFirstAct

Join former foster youth, pediatricians, child advocates, child welfare service providers, and policymakers for an hour-long Twitter storm on what children need from the child welfare system in orderto heal from trauma and thrive in family settings. Right now, major child welfare reform efforts are taking place on Capitol Hill through legislation known as the Family First Prevention Services Act. Among many other benefits, the bipartisan bill supports keeping children safely with their families, preventing the need for foster care, and ensuring that children in group homes have access to licensed clinical and nursing staff onsite where they live.

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