Youth@Work 2021 - Empowering Changemakers

Youth@Work 2021 - Empowering Changemakers

Innovative Program Designs

Innovative Programs Designs and Strategies that resonate and attract the youth of today (including Youth Centered Program Designs & Principles that incorporate Youth Cultural Competencies, and that capture and incorporate youth perspectives).

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Talks related to Innovative Program Designs

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Workshop Round 1: SHAKING HANDS THROUGH THE PHONE AND THE SCREEN! OVERCOMING THE REMOTE WORK TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATION GAP USING NEW HUMANISTIC REMOTE COUNSELING STRATEGIES!

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Workshop Round 1: Entrepreneurship for WIOA Youth? YES!

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Workshop Round 1: Preparing Future Leaders of Tomorrow

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Welcome Luncheon Reception - A conversation with Bob Lanter, Matt Hidalgo, Arel Moodie & Jessica Janniere

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Workshop Round 2: unMASKing Healthy Relationships: Showing up as your Authentic Self

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Workshop Round 2: Employability Skills to Solve for ‘x’

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Workshop Round 2: Emotional Intelligence Tools for Equity: ‘I Delta O’ and 24/7

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Workshop Round 3: Career EDGE

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Workshop Round 3: Community Change Careers and the California Youth Leadership Corps

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Day 3: Opening "Be the Author of Your Own Destiny" - Eric Majette, Executive Director, The African American Cultural Heritage Collection, LLC & The Living Testimony Foundation, Inc

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Workshop Round 4: Virtual Job Shadow: Skill-building and engagement for youth with disabilities

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Workshop Round 4: Youth Apprenticeships in Careers with Children & Families

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Dwight Brydie Scholarship Awards Luncheon - Hosted by Eric Majette, Executive Director, The African American Cultural Heritage Collection, LLC.

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Youth Track: Student Perspectives on Community Change Careers at De Anza College and Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

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Workshop Round 5: IT'S NOT HIGH WAGE HIGH GROWTH BUT IT CAN CHANGE THE WORLD! HELPING YOUTH CONSIDER CAREERS AS SOCIAL CHANGE AGENTS!

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Workshop Round 5: Advancing the Bioeconomy in California’s San Joaquin Valley

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Workshop Round 5: Reimaging Work-Based Learning for 2020 and Beyond

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Workshop Round 5: The Bay Area TAY Workforce Initiative: Collaborative Approaches and a State-Wide Waiver designed to Increase Systems-Involved Youth Access to WIOA Programs and Services

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