Monday, January 11, 2010

Happy New Year & Mark Your Calendars!


Greetings Members & Digital Elder Graduates!

On this final day of Kwanzaa, Imani (meaning Faith), and as we kick off the New Year of 2010, we extend a heartfelt thank you for all of your support, wisdom and participation in expanding the impact of The Digital Elder Project! We look forward to more growth, on all levels, in 2010!

Also, mark your calendars for another opportunity to join our growing group of Digital Elder graduates! That's right... in March 2010, we are offering The Digital Elder Project - leadership and professional development workshop! If you consider yourself a current or potential leader, of African descent, and/or play a critical role in influencing the lives of Black youth, and you are between the ages of 14-100, you don't want to miss this!

The DIGITAL ELDER Project - MARCH 2010!
Sat. 3/20, 9am-6pm AND Sun. 3/21, 1pm-7pm
@ the Los Angeles Urban League West Adams/Baldwin Hills Worksource Center
5681 W. Jefferson Blvd. LA, Ca. 90016 (at La Cienega)
$60 Investment (includes all food & materials)

Check out the flyer here!

OR here! (Events section)


***SPECIAL OFFER FOR RETURNING DIGITAL ELDER GRADUATES!*** Bring a friend for a $100 total investment! Bring two friends for $140 total investment! And so on... :)

"Communication is so necessary!! Elders of all ages need this workshop for this reason. We must save our youth!! Nationwide!!" - Digital Elder graduate

"The Digital Elder Project has the potential of a groundswell movement for reclaiming or youths' potential by connecting with them to motivate and inspire." - Digital Elder graduate

Email us for a registration packet at - Don't delay! Spread the word and hope to see you soon!

In service,
Shani Byard-Ngunjiri Founder Message Media Ed & The Digital Elder Project

"The value of intergenerational understanding in the Digital Age for individuals of African descent is priceless and essential to cultivating the collaborative capacity needed to evolve as an African American community" - Shani Byard-Ngunjiri (2009)

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