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Webinar: Enough is Known for Action: Implementing Effective Work Experience Models for Youth

Hello all,

A webinar, Enough is Known for Action: Implementing Effective Work Experience Models for Youth, will be held on March 25, 2015 from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm Eastern time.  Visit the link below to register:

https://www.workforce3one.org/view/5001503435843979378/info

The Importance of Mentors

(1/28/2015  Note:  The links to the resources and publications have been updated.)

Good afternoon,

Tags: mentoring, youth

Upcoming Webinar: Integrating Effective Mentoring Strategies and Services into Youth Services

Good evening,

See the announcement below concerning a webinar, Integrating Effective Mentoring Strategies and Services into Youth Services, to be held on June 9 at 2:00 p.m. (EDT).  The announcement includes details about the webinar as well as a link to register.  Registration is limited, so please register soon!

Gail Cope, SME, LINCS Program Management Group

Webinar: What's in Your Piggy Bank? Motivating Young First-Time Workers to Save

[Text taken from a Workforce3One newsletter]

At the U.S. Department of Labor, we realize that summer youth employment is a critical element of success for young people. Our Division of Youth Services supports the workforce system to promote meaningful summer employment that helps young people develop workforce and leadership skills to get and keep good jobs, connects them to long term economic opportunity, and provides them the chance to establish good savings behavior.

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Communicating Study Results to Research Participants

Hi All,

Does anyone have examples of effective ways to communicate study results to research participants, particularly youth? I am especially interested in examples of electronic and printed materials that are simple, easy to read, and utilize principles of health literacy. 

Thank you,

Claire Berman, M.S.
Health Education Director
Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study (PHACS)
Harvard School of Public Health

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