All Youth Working: A Forum on Engagement and Inclusion
The National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC), National League of Cities Reengagement Network, The Corps Network, the Institute for Educational Leadership, and local partner organizations will be hosting a joint Opportunity Youth Mid-Year Forum. The primary objectives are to:
- Provide leading-edge professional development and program quality development for leaders and front-line staff
- Promote coordination among different networks and groups across the youth employment and education field
- Discuss and inform relevant state and federal policy agenda(s)
- Strengthen supports and services for key populations such as undocumented youth, youth with disabilities, and justice system-involved youth.
Connections: The Mid-year forum will bring together 100+ participants from throughout the country to share ideas and insights. Come network with directors, practitioners, counselors, policy makers and researchers looking to advance the field.
Programming: This convening will heavily emphasize discussion and peer learning, which will take place in the form of sessions, workshops and plenaries on both days. Want an opportunity to expand your leadership and professional skills? Register today!
Underserved Populations: Sessions will focus on underserved populations such as gang-involved youth, youth with disabilities and undocumented youth. Do you have thoughts? Want to learn more about collaborating and serving these populations? Then register today!
Please register before April 15th to take advantage of our Early Bird rate of $150. After April 15th the rate will be $200. There are a number of nearby hotel options around the area including the Washington Inn Hotel, Waterfront Hotel and Z Hotel Jack London Square.
Youth leaders (16-24) get $50 off their cost of registration. Please use the discount code "Youth" when you register. Note there a limited number of uses for the code so please register ASAP. Youth with financial hardship are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find the agenda here.
This convening will heavily emphasize discussion and peer learning, which will take place in the form of sessions throughout both days. If you would like to propose a session, please complete the Google Form here by March 29th, 2019. We will contact individual proposers by mid-April to confirm sessions.Youth leaders are especially encouraged to propose sessions! Please note the registration fees are $150 standard for session leaders and are not waived.
Y-TAC LEARNING LAB
IDENTIFYING AND REENGAGING OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES: INCREASING EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATION OUTCOMES
The federal Youth Technical Assistance Center (Y-TAC) is offering a day-long "learning lab" on Friday, May 31st, as part of the All Youth Working Forum. Focusing on identifying and reengaging opportunity youth with disabilities, this is an opportunity for practitioners across disciplines to share experiential knowledge and innovative practices. There will be a strong youth presence throughout the day, which will be structured in a learning lab format that emphasizes learning, sharing, and planning. The intent of this learning lab is for participants to develop an action plan to implement change in their home communities. If you are interested in attending, please check the box during registration.
If your organization would like to become a sponsor of the Forum, contact Thomas Showalter (email@example.com) to learn more about the benefits of sponsorship. Click here to learn about the benefits of sponsorship!
A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR CURRENT SPONSORS!
Platinum-Level Sponsors: Department of Children, Youth, and their Families- San Francisco
Gold-Level Sponsors: JP Morgan Chase
Silver-Level Sponsors: Jewish Vocational Services: San Francisco, Bay Area Community Resources, Japanese Community Youth Council
Bronze-Level Sponsors: California Conservation Corps, WestEd, Youth Transition Funders Group, Human Rights Commission- San Francisco, Young Community Developers
NYEC MEMBER DUES
To join NYEC or renew your NYEC membership for 2019, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your intent to join or renew where prompted on the registration form. We will follow up separately to set up an introduction call and collect your dues payment.
You may request a refund for the convening registration fee before May 30, 2019; email email@example.com.
UNABLE TO USE A CREDIT CARD?
Please register via this portal using a credit card if you can. If you are unable to pay by credit card, email firstname.lastname@example.org for an invoice or for other help with registering.