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Engaged Youth

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  1. Engaged Youth Stacey Daraio, Deputy Director Community Network for Youth Development stacey@cnyd.org

  2. Engaged Youth: Definition • Participation/Connection • Passion/Commitment • Voice/Input • Collective Action/Shared Leadership

  3. Audience Survey • How important do you think having engaged youth in our programs, schools and communities is? A. Extremely important B. Important C. Somewhat important D. Not at all important

  4. Reflective Question • If we agree about the importance of youth engagement—then why don’t we see it happening in every program, school or community we visit?

  5. Catalyzing Change • Urgency • Possibility • Equity • Inevitability

  6. Catalyzing Change • Urgency

  7. Catalyzing Change • Possibility

  8. Measuring and Moving Outcomes That Matter STEP 1: Measure supports & opportunities

  9. Measuring and Moving Outcomes That Matter STEP 1: Measure supports & opportunities STEP 2: Set targets

  10. Measuring and Moving Outcomes That Matter STEP 1: Measure supports & opportunities STEP 2: Set targets

  11. Measuring and Moving Outcomes That Matter STEP 1: Measure supports & opportunities STEP 2: Set targets STEP 3: Assess & strengthen organizational characteristics

  12. Measuring and Moving Outcomes That Matter STEP 1: Measure supports & opportunities STEP 2: Set targets STEP 3: Assess & strengthen organizational characteristics STEP 4: Reassess supports & opportunities

  13. Catalyzing Change • Equity

  14. Catalyzing Change • Inevitability

  15. Quality Practice

  16. Summary • Engaged youth lead to an engaged citizenry • There is evidence that it CAN be done • Change takes place at all levels: With Youth, With Youth Workers, and With Organizational Leaders and Policies