This website can help employers learn about models of apprenticeship as well the benefits of apprenticeship, such as recruiting a highly-skilled workforce, improving profitability, minimizing costs, and retaining workers. The site also walks employers through the process of posting their apprenticeship job listings online to attract job seekers to their positions.
This web section explains the five domains of adolescent development and the changes that are a normal and necessary part of adolescence. It also describes different ways that adolescents experience these changes, how adults can respond in supportive ways, and how to seek professional help if needed.
This website is a virtual platform for young people, between the ages of 15 and 35, who want to make positive change in their communities. It provides opportunities to connect with like-minded networks of young people, mentors, as well as resources and events.
This webpage provides answers to college students’ questions about depression. It addresses the types, signs and symptoms, and treatment of depression, as well as co-occurring disorders and where to find help. The webpage also features information on suicide, including the warning signs and what a person should do if they or someone they care about is considering suicide.
This webpage provides tips to college students on how to stay safe and healthy while on campus. It addresses exercise, eating well, preventing sexually transmitted diseases, the vaccinations college students need, getting enough sleep, maintaining mental health, and staying safe.
This webpage provides a definition of positive youth development, information on the eight key practices organizations can consider when implementing the approach, and resources communities or programs can use to incorporate positive youth development into their work.
This page provides tools, videos, resources, webinars, and reports that educators, businesses, community colleges, and others interested in implementing or expanding apprenticeship can use to learn more.
This webpage provides an overview of parent engagement in schools, a promising protective factor that has been linked to better student behavior, higher academic achievement, and enhanced social skills.