If you are an organization or agency seeking to enhance services and supports to young people, you can call us at (917) 993-7174 or fill out our online intake form to discuss a fee-for-service engagement. Our approach reflects both our deep understanding of youth and our expertise in organizational development.
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academic courses, earning higher grades or grade point averages, improvements in attendance, study of academics necessary for their career interests, enrolling in post-secondary education, and attending college on schedule.12 9 R. Bailey, Thomas & Katherine L. Hughes and David Thronton Moore. 2004 Working Knowledge: Work-based learning and
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• Think about taking AP courses and/or strong college preparatory courses – some schools prefer a B in a hard class to an A in an easy one. • When thinking about classes for next year take into account the requirements for the colleges to which you are applying. • Speak to your guidance counselor or a teacher who can help you to plan
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(1) School-to-Work students maintain good grades and take difficult courses; (2) students in School-to-Work stay in school and receive their high school diplomas; (3) it is unclear how School-to-Work participation affects students' test scores; (4) School-to-Work
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The Youth Development Institute (YDI) provides capacity-building assistance to youth-serving organizations across the non-profit sector. We work with community-based and multi-service organizations, cultural institutions, intermediaries and government agencies to help them deliver high-quality programming for young people and enhance the systems that help youth transition …
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Colleges and universities require a basic level of education for all degrees and majors. The topics needed usually include English, mathematics, sciences, humanities, public speaking and foreign language. Some degree plans have required courses that apply to the general education courses.