Youth Employment Program (YEP) workers Kruz Pardo, Gibran Silva, Woody Pena, Alana Watts and Daniel Weaver look over an Ute Language handout during the YEP Ute Language class Thursday, June 16 hosted by Hanley Frost, Culture Education Coordinator.
The Youth Employee Program’s CPR baby training dolls silently await their trainers.
YEP workers Anthony Suina and Jack Frost III take turns practicing on an infant CPR training doll.
SunUte Fitness Director, Robin Duffy-Wirth instructs Youth Employee Program worker Lorraine Watts as she practices CPR on the infant training doll.
Youth Employee Workers Anthony Suina, Lonicia O’John, Lakota TwoCrow and Christina Herrera get together to practice CPR on the CPR training dolls.
Members of the Environmental Leadership and Knowledge Seminar (ELKS) gave a presentation to the Youth Employment Program (YEP) workers Thursday, June 9 at their orientation.
The ELKS Program was set up through the tribe’s Environmental Programs Division (EPD) to help educate tribal youth on the importance of the environment and what EPD does to protect it.
Youth Employee Program summer worker Jacob Box lends a hand to the BGC members to help set up an Xbox.
Natelle Thompson, Charise Hunter, Jacob Garlick, and Executive Officer Michelle Taylor-Cruz talk with YEP workers during the Youth Employment Program orientation on Friday, June 10.