High School/Young Adult: 14 to 24 years

Share with Youth: Calling all Young Change Makers: What are you #Hopeful4?

In August, IWGYP's Youth Engaged for Change (YE4C) website is holding a creative contest for young people to share what they are #Hopeful4. Submissions are due by August 30, 2019.

Share with Youth: Complete GLSEN 2019 National School Climate Survey

This call for participation invites middle and high school students who identify as LGBTQ, and are at least 13 years old, to share about their experiences in school, including those related to homophobia, harassment, gender expression, and support. 

Resource: Newly-Redesigned YE4C

The Youth Engaged 4 Change website has a fresh, new look with content that continues to inspire and empower young people to improve their lives and the world around them.

Share with Youth: Minority Fellowship Program

This program provides scholarships and training opportunities to students pursuing master's or doctoral degrees in various fields of behavioral health in an effort to reduce health disparities and improve behavioral health care outcomes for racial and ethnic populations.

Resource: Psychiatric Diagnoses in Youth and Young Adults Video

This video provides an overview of psychiatric diagnoses in youth and young adults, including symptoms of various mental disorders, treatment options, and support services, as well as links to SAMHSA’s related educational materials for caregivers and young adults.

Share with Youth: TA Series for Youth Practitioners

This technical assistance series will provide webinars, podcasts, conference calls, and videos for youth practitioners focusing on various Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act youth-related topics.

AmeriCorps Week 2017

During AmeriCorps Week 2017, individuals, programs, and organizations will honor and celebrate the contributions that 80,000 Americans make to their communities and the service of more than 1 million AmeriCorps alumni.

Resource: NCFY

This website provides articles highlighting resources on research, program strategies, federal news, and funding opportunities.

The Crisis of Connection for Adolescent Boys: A TAG Talk

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Adolescent Health, in collaboration with the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs and New York University Professor of Developmental Psychology Niobe Way developed a video and two discussion guides about the crisis of connection, its impact on the health and well-being of adolescent boys, and the implications for their work with teens.

HHS and DOJ host listening session with youth who have an incarcerated parent

The effects of incarceration are felt far beyond prison walls: children, families, and communities also experience the consequences of incarceration.