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Looking for a summary? Info Briefs describe policy, practice, or research on critical issues and challenges facing the workforce development system in serving youth. Research Briefs consolidate references to key published resources on a given area of focus.

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Professional Development Needs Among WIOA Youth Service Professionals

Aug 06, 2018 Publication
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This InfoBrief spotlights what youth service professionals and administrators view as important topics for professional …

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Making the Right Turn: A Research Update on Prevention and Diversion for Justice Involved Youth

Jun 01, 2018 Publication
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This Research Brief provides an updated synthesize of current research on effective and promising approaches …

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Making the Right Turn: A Research Update on Improving Transition Outcomes Among Youth Involved in the Juvenile Corrections System

May 31, 2018 Publication
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The education and rehabilitation of incarcerated youth, and support for their effective transition, is a …

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Providing Quality Career Development within Youth Development & Leadership Programs

Mar 08, 2018 Publication
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This brief is aimed at assisting youth development and leadership programs with increasing career development …

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Helping Youth with Mental Health Needs Avoid Transition Cliffs: Lessons from Pioneering Transition Programs

Mar 08, 2018 Publication
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This InfoBrief discusses challenges faced by youth and young adults with mental health needs during …

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Transition’s Missing Link: Health Care Transition

Mar 07, 2018 Briefs

NCWD/Youth’s Guideposts for Success provide a framework for what all youth, including youth with chronic …

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