between communities and both educational and employment opportunities is vital, as are community empowerment and greater investment in people and neighborhoods. Read more.
To see all youth possess a sense of purpose, graduate from high school and transition successfully to postsecondary education with parental involved support. Also to see all youth gain life skills needed to become thriving, confident adults.
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Bridging The Gap.
Our youth are exposed to a number of risk factors which increases their risk for problems such as poverty, drug and alcohol abuse, and unhealthy behavior. One in seven American adolescents and young adults ages 16 to 24 is neither working nor in school…
Referred youth/families will receive help needed to ensure the well-being of the youth. Case Manager will work with families to identify resources to increase parental involvement that will aid in systemic outcomes.
YWEP recognizes that parental involvement is a key factor in reducing high school dropout rates and increasing graduation rates. Parental involvement is defined as the participation of parents in every …
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Existing programs have not provided the direction, coordination, resources
Programs must facilitate youth development, postsecondary education preparation, and workforce pathways to ensure that all youth can Read more
Youth disconnection can lead to a labor force with too little few skilled workers to compete in today’s globalized, knowledge-based economy.. Read more