January Show '07: JANY's Groundhog Job Shadow Day

Junior Achievement of New York (JANY) has announced a marathon week of high-profile executive “Dream Job Shadow” activities leading up to the Tenth Annual National JA Groundhog Job Shadow Day, to be held on Friday, February 2nd (Groundhog Day), kicking off the organization’s highly successful, year-round JA Job Shadow Program Students shadow business professionals in the workplace to learn about various career options. This year, JANY’s 2007 Dream Job Shadow Week will expose hundreds of NYC and Long Island students to rare opportunities to be mentored by top “movers & shakers” in the business world. Companies around NYC and Long Island will help students make connections between the skills they study in school and success at work. Almost 700 students will spend time with business leaders, media executives, civic leaders and other professionals.

“Groundhog Job Shadow Day allows students to listen, observe and understand day-to-day activities at a variety of workplaces and opens up new career opportunities and avenues of success,” said JANY President, Doug Schallau. Sounds Cool, want to hear some comments from those whove actually done a JANY Job Shadow? Tune into D.A.M.N. Y.C. News on the Youth Channel.

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January Show '07: Project Reach March for HIV/Aids awareness

Crew: Habibah Ahmad, Omar Sully, Ryan Hinton, Mariela Rosario, Max Benitez,Sharlene Thompson, Noelson Jacques, Christen Cofer. Synopsis: protestors march over the brooklyn bridge to raise AIDS/HIV awareness. Time: 5:08

January Show '07: World Cant Wait October 10th protest

Crew: Ryan Hinton, Omar Sully, Sharlene Thompson, Noelson Jacques, Christen Cofer Synopsis: on october 10, 2006 protestors gathered near the United Nations building, then marched from there all the way to union square in protest of President Bush, and the Iraq war. Time: 4:33

January Show '07: African Burial Ground Segment

Crew: Omar Sully, Ryan Hinton, Christen Cofer About: on September 29, 2006 people gathered at chambers street by city hall to celebrate african american culture, and also to remember the lives of the ancestors who's remains were found under the streets of that district. Time: 4:11