Youth Working at Computers

Youth face a number of challenges as they transition from childhood to adulthood. Communities should particularly take an interest in facilitating youth development, stability, and workforce readiness. Partners have a range of work focusing on youth, including analyzing important data about this population, analyzing program effectiveness, and centering youth to make decisions in research.


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