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LUNCH 11:25-12:30 RE-ENGAGEMENT CENTERS

BREAKOUT PATHWAYS’ SESSION 12:30-4:35 EDUCATIONAL MOMENTUM

CAREER CONNECTIONS

CLOSING SESSION 4:40-5:00

POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

1. 2.

BREAKOUT OUTCOMES ! Participants will understand necessary elements and components of their breakout pathway. !

Participants will acquire knowledge and skills for re-engaging disconnected youth by learning about National and Local Frameworks, Practices, and Programs designed to re-engage disconnected youth. 3. 4.

! In small groups, participants will reflect on their organization’s efforts to re-engage disconnected youth. !

Participants will identify strengths & areas for growth for re-engaging disconnected youth in order to create a shared vision.

RE-ENGAGEMENT CENTERS

EDUCATIONAL MOMENTUM

CAREER CONNECTIONS

POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Boston Private Industry Council

Philadelphia Youth Network

Philadelphia Youth Network

Kids at Hope

Identification & Outreach Boston Private Industry Council & College Depot

Multiple Pathways to Graduation Philadelphia Youth Network

Developing and Implementing Workforce Programs Philadelphia Youth Network

Creating a Culture of High Expectations Kids at Hope

Aligning Systems, Integrating & Re-Designing Workforce Development Processes & Systems Maricopa Workforce Development

Addressing Addiction through Youth Leadership & Empowerment Teen AA

Competency Based Learning Maricopa Corporate College

Addressing Social & Emotional Needs through Motivational Interviewing ASU University Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

Initial Phases of Developing Re-engagement Centers United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona & College Depot Asset Mapping Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA) Assessment & Individualized Plans Transforming Juveniles through Successful Transition

Re-Engaging Learners Big Picture Learning

Helping At-Risk Youth Transition through Education Jobs for Arizona Graduates

Improving & Designing Pathways for Under-Prepared Learners at Our Community Colleges Jobs for the Future

Creating Relevant Career Opportunities by Engaging Businesses Science Foundation AZ

Addressing Behavioral Health Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care

AS OF 09/30/2014

BREAKOUT OUTCOMES 1. Participants will understand necessary elements and components of their breakout pathways. 2. Participants will acquire knowledge and skills for re-engaging disconnected youth by learning about National and Local Frameworks, Practices, and Programs designed to re-engage disconnected youth. 3. In small groups, participants will reflect on their organization’s efforts to re-engage reconnect disconnected youth. 4. Participants will identify strengths & service gaps for re-engaging disconnected youth in order to create a shared vision.

Identification & Outreach

Re-Engagement Centers Boston Private Industry Council

Boston PIC & College Depot

Initial Phases of Developing Re-engagement Centers United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona & College Depot

Multiple Pathways to Graduation

Educational Momentum

Philadelphia Youth Network

Philadelphia Youth Network

Re-Engaging Learners

Helping At-Risk Youth Transition through Education

Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA)

Jobs for Arizona Graduates

Assessments and Individualized Plans Transforming Juveniles through Successful Transition

Career Connections Philadelphia Youth Network

Big Picture Learning

Asset Mapping

Improving & Designing Pathways for Under-Prepared Learners at Our Community Colleges Jobs for the Future

Developing and Implementing Workforce Programs Philadelphia Youth Network

Positive Youth Development

Maricopa Corporate College

Kids at Hope

Kids at Hope

Aligning systems, integrating and re-designing workforce development processes and systems Maricopa Workforce Development

Competency Based Learning (workforce preparation)

Creating a Culture of High Expectations

Addressing Addition through Youth Leadership and Empowerment Teen AA

Addressing Social and Emotional Needs through Motivational Interviewing ASU University Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

Creating Relevant Career Opportunities by Engaging Businesses

Addressing Behavioral Health Needs

Science Foundation Arizona

Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care

2 9/30/2014

ReEngaging Disconnected Youth Summit II Oct 15.pdf

Re-engagement Centers. United Way of Tucson and Southern. Arizona & College Depot. Asset Mapping. Maricopa County Education. Service Agency (MCESA).

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