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ME to WE

ME to WE empowers people to change the world through their everyday consumer choices. ME to WE is part of WE which empowers people to change the world. WE invite you to join a community of people who are making the world a better place.

Career Girls

The mission of Career Girls is for all girls to reach their full potential and discover their own path to empowerment through access to inspiring career role models and supportive girl-centric curriculum.

CareerGirls.org is a video-based career exploration tool for girls, with an emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers. It’s free to use and free of commercials. Our collection includes over 7,000 video clips featuring more than 400 women role models. These successful women work in different careers—ranging from astronaut to musician to veterinarian—all over the United States.

DC Trust

Since 1999, the DC Trust, formerly known as the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, has been proud to work in partnership government, nonprofit, and advocacy groups to create big solutions to the most pressing needs of the city’s youth.

10 Team-Building Games For Students

10 Team-Building Games for a Friendlier Classroom is a fantastic free resource for developing relationships and a positive tone in the classroom.

Volunteers of America

Volunteers of America provides people across the country with volunteer opportunities locally.

Youth Work Central

This site serves as a forum for sharing ideas, a place to learn about approaches, strategies and research critical to youth work, and a source of information about upcoming events and opportunities.

Youth on Board

Website offers books, videos, trainings, and consulting on youth participation in decision-making process and free materials and technical assistance to young people on how to move their ideas into action.

San Diego Youth Development Center

SDYDC’s mission is to reach out and minister to youth ages 5-12 and families in meaningful and practical ways that helps the campers and their families grow physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually.

Positive Youth Development in the United States

Research findings on evaluations of positive youth development programs.

National Youth Development Information Center

Site provides information for funding, programming, research, policy, job and training opportunities. NYDIC also provides current news to the youth development field and has a large online library, providing practice-related information at low-cost or no cost. NYDIC is an initiative of The National Collaboration for Youth.

The National Resource for Youth Development

Working in concert with other members of the Children’s Bureau’s T/TA Network, NRCYD assists States and Tribes to implement, develop, engage, and utilize youth.

National Association of Social Workers

One Teen at a Time campaign provides downloadable fact sheets for parents, teachers and school social workers on bullying, self-esteem, diversity and more. The campaign is part of the national Partnership in Program Planning for Adolescent Health (PIPPAH) Program.