Monday, December 14, 2015 -
2:45pm to 5:00pm EST
Philanthropy New York, 1500 Broadway, 7th Floor, NYC
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Over the years, the field of youth services has adopted youth development principles as a philosophy, approach, knowledge base and set of practices and outcomes to create a framework for working effectively with young people. Adaptable to all settings and venues, these principles help young people to develop a sense of agency and belonging, and to identify and adapt to challenges and opportunities. The framework has enabled organizations and their staff members to guide young people through their life journeys. As funders, the philanthropic community has used youth development principles to help identify best practices in after-school programs, schools, professional development opportunities, and essential partnerships.
But, any good framework must be dynamic. This forum will consider youth development principles in a changing world.
- How to focus your funding around youth development principles
- How to prepare young people for a world that has changed over the past 25 years
- Michele Cahill, Distinguished Fellow in Education and Youth Development, National Center for Civic Innovation
- Sabrina Ellis, Executive Director, Youth Development Institute
- Sister Paulette LoMonaco, Executive Director, Good Shepherd Services
- Patrick Pinchinat, Beacon Director, Queens Community House
All interested funders.
2:45 - 3:00 PM Check-in
3:00 - 5:00 PM Program
*Holiday reception to follow.
Registration is required by December 11th.
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