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Youth Development 101: Learning Objectives
 

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This handout is from the Redwood City 2020 Community Youth Development Initiative Fall Youth Development Refresher Training on Wednesday, November 28, 2012.

This handout is from the Redwood City 2020 Community Youth Development Initiative Fall Youth Development Refresher Training on Wednesday, November 28, 2012.

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    • Intentional Impact: Positive Youth DevelopmentThis workshop focuses on the Youth Development principles adopted by partners of Redwood City2020’s CYDI. These principles are intended for youth program staff to adopt and implement theframework and practices into their youth-serving organizations.In this session, we will: Review the overall Youth Development framework so that attendees will understand the model being used by Redwood City 2020’s CYDI’s partners Focus on the five Youth Development Practices – Safety, Relationship Building, Youth Participation, Community Involvement, and Skill Building – through interactive activities Reflect on ways to implement the model into existing program services through discussion and individual activitiesFor this workshop, we are drawing upon the resources of our own Professional Development Team,led by Lina Mira from Upward Bound at Canada College, Candice Newenes from StarVista, andJohn Yap from PCRC.This Team supports setting the standards of, providing trainings about, and promoting Youth Development practices in our community, through the Community Youth Development Initiative (CYDI) and Prevention Partnership (PP). For more information, contact Sarah Kremer, Professional Development Team lead, sarah.kremer@gmail.com or Janneth Lujan, Redwood City 2020 Administrative Assistant, JLujan@redwoodcity.org www.rwc2020.org