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Large group of 4-H youth gathered in front of Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity

YELLO! youth take part in a service learning opportunity

Bridging the higher ed gap between goals and success

Joanna Tzenis focuses on the “capability approach” and shares some ways youth programs can help young people realize their aspirations.

The National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP)

NCCP uses research to promote economic security, health and well-being of America's low-income families and children.

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

AECF sponsors many initiatives focused on improving the lives of children, families and communities.

National Council of Young Leaders

This diverse group of youth leaders from across the United States created a call to action: Recommendations to Increase Opportunity and Decrease Poverty in America (PDF).

The Role of Risk

This report details key findings on how levels and types of risk impact youth mentoring relationships.

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