Youth Climate Action

Youth Climate Action by Cool OC is an event dedicated to youth interested in making a difference in the fight against climate change. This event is on Saturday, November 18 from 1:30 pm to 5 pm located at 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine. This in-person event lets you connect with like-minded individuals passionate about saving our planet, featuring a special guest from Irvine City Council.

Come enjoy refreshments and several chances to win a $50 gift card! In addition, be able to earn volunteer hours while making an impact. At Youth Climate Action, you can engage in inspiring discussions about climate issues. Together, we can make a significant impact. Use your voice and learn how you can help!

To register, please click here.

Youth Thanksgiving Celebration 2023

Presented by World of Wonder, join the Los Angeles LGBT Center on Saturday, November 18 from 11am-1pm to celebrate Thanksgiving with a free warm meal, specialty beverages, a drag performance, music and dancing, raffles, and more! FREE for all LGBTQ+ youth ages 24 and younger and their friends. To register, please click here.


Los Angeles LGBT Center – Pride Hall
1118 North McCadden Place Los Angeles, CA 90038

Brothers Code

Brothers Code is an interactive, in-person event for middle school and high school students of color hosted on Saturday, December 9, 2023 from 8:00 am to 2:00 p.m. at USC during Computer Science Education Week. Students will learn more about the skills and networks that can guide them to exciting opportunities and careers within the technology sector. To register, please click here.


USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience
1002 Childs Way Los Angeles, CA 90089

At Brothers Code, youth participants will:
Play with technology while practicing coding and programming skills
Explore the vast range of career opportunities within the tech sector
Learn about the various pathways that can lead to participation in the tech sector
Investigate the various ways they can leverage technology to strengthen their communities and reach their goals
Network with enthusiastic tech sector professionals from a range of backgrounds

Additionally, the event will be a concurrent program for adults. Parents, guardians, teachers, administrators, counselors, champions, and any other interested adults can register and learn how they might support young people to pursue technology pathways.

Learn more about amazing RWL Opportunities here!
For more information, please contact Crissel Rodriguez, Director of Real World Learning, at