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As the kids head back to school and summer starts to wind down, we're excited to share about some new trends in education as well as offer a glimpse into the upcoming season.

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LinkedIn for High School
Students on ABC 13 & Fox 26  
Houston Educational Consultant Shares Tips About LinkedIn For High School Students with ABC 13 

Firat Educational Solutions owner, Ibrahim Firat, sits down with ABC-13 reporter, Elissa Rivas to talk about the advantages of LinkedIn for college-ready, high school students.

He also shared with Fox 26 over the weekend. Click here to check it out!

Bayou City Art Festival Among Top Picks by  the Houston Chronicle 
October is the time for Bayou City Art Festival Downtown 2014, presented by the Art Colony Association. Scheduled for Oct. 11-12, the event features 300 artists, 19 disciplines, 16 nonprofits, music, food and Creative Zones. New this year is the Bayou City After Dark, 5-9:30 p.m. on Saturday, featuring concerts and cocktails. Visit www.artcolonyassociation.org.

Read the entire article by clicking here.

Folklore Films Presents: Two Visual Poems with Mayor Parker and Jillian "JJ" Simmons 



On Friday, September 5 at 7 pm, Folklore Films will present two screenings to honor and recognize Mayor Annise Parker and and Jillian "JJ Simmons.

Learn more by clicking here.






New Documentary Captures Cross-Cultural Experiences Among American and West African Girls

On Thursday, September 11, Women Empowering Nations (WEN) will host a Houston screening of The World They Knew, an inspiring documentary that follows the journey of three girls from Tulsa, Oklahoma through North and West Africa. The screening will take place at the Ensemble Theatre located at 3535 Main St. from 6:30 to 9:30 pm and will include a reception and Q & A session led by Jillian "JJ" Simmons with WEN Founder and Executive Director Carlisha Williams. Click here to read more.

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