The Youth Development and Leadership for Change (YDLC) National standards and quality indicators are research-based benchmarks that articulate quality education and implementing comprehensive transition systems, practices, and policies nationwide for youth and ultimately recognized them as a global leader.
YDLC offers comprehensive youth services emphasizing a systematic, consolidated approach geared towards long-term workforce preparation.
Tutoring, Study Skills Training, Leadership Development Opportunities, Paid, and unpaid Work Experiences, Occupational Skill – Training
Help youth learn specific knowledge, promote awareness, understanding and tolerance, Experiential learning, Involve youth in service to others
Increased self-esteem, Better life skills development, Greater communications, Fewer Psychosocial Problems; increased Dependability & Job responsibility
Contributing to learning, thriving, connecting, and leading skills among youth. Leading the society, community, and country with active Public Participation
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"Improve the capabilities and enable the aspirations of youth so that they can contribute to and benefit from more stable, democratic, and prosperous communities and nations."
The Youth Work sector, voluntary and statutory, and its workforce in its entirety, is clear that their contribution is both valued and understand.
"I have seen the youth adults I work with that it takes only a small amount of exposure to these principles. A small opening is a door and once the person steps foot in the door they are really able to take off."