From September 16 – 18, 2016, youth from several IEL-created programs will share positive social media messages and host community events to provide safe spaces, address recent violence, and share creative solutions to strengthen communities.
The California site of IEL’s Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), a professional development initiative for leaders in education policy, selected its inaugural Fellows for 2016-17.
The IEL-led National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth recently released two new briefs to improve youth financial capability. One brief focuses on what families can do and the other brief is targeted directly to young people.
On July 28, the second class of D.C. Youth Workforce Leaders Academy (YWLA) graduated from the 10-month professional development program co-led by IEL and the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates.
Many students enter postsecondary education lacking the personal skills and knowledge they need to achieve their education and career goals. A new guide provides strategies for postsecondary professionals to improve student success.