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This white paper reviews literature and other findings from nongovernmental organizations that point to an intermediary agency as providing the best model for delivering wraparound services to youth returning to their communities after involvement in the U.S. justice system.
Spark WiSTEM2D promotes the valuable involvement of volunteers and youth navigators to inspire young people in the STEM2D subjects and 21st-century careers around the world. Designed as an essential resource for volunteers, Spark WiSTEM2D: defines STEM2D principles and philosophy, provides information and statistics on the U.S. STEM labor market and diversity of career options, and […]
Motivated by low academic achievement and the unacceptable number of young people leaving school before graduation, Johnson & Johnson established its Bridge to Employment (BTE) initiative in 1992. Written to coincide with BTE’s 20th anniversary, this report takes a look at BTE’s timeline, model, and some individual success stories.
Johnson & Johnson’s highly successful Bridge to Employment (BTE) initiative stems from the use of a common core of scientifically sound school-to-career principles: maintaining high standards of academic learning for all students; providing opportunities for contextual learning; creating links with institutions of higher education; and connecting students with adults in the workplace. This publication explores […]
This web-based guide describes steps for teachers, counselors, youth workers or mentors to take to guide young people through college and career preparation and success.
This web-based guide provides instructional strategies that engage employers and schools in providing a variety of work-based learning experiences for students.
This document summarizes the accomplishments of Succeed 2020.
A Commitment to Catalyzing Change: Case Studies of WiSTEM2D Implementation in 2019 (Executive Summary)
This executive summary shares findings about the Women in STEM2D initiative’s influence on girls’ perceptions about STEM2D.