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This self-directed eLearning Module explores a student-centered approach. Learn strategies to increase youth confidence and build their problem-solving and teamwork skills. Being student-centered is critical to building STEM identity.
This provides a quick overview of the Johnson & Johnson funded global Bridge to Employment program.
This eModule is a training sequence designed for Navigators who work with youth as they journey through career exploration and discovery phases. Through this training, Navigators will hone and improve their skills in working with youth and focus on how they can build youth employability skills – the competencies needed to be successful in any […]
This eModule is a self-paced training designed specifically for youth who are interested in journeying through the career exploration and discovery processes. Youth will explore 21st century and workplace readiness skills, create their own Education & Career Plan, and complete self-assessments that may guide them further in the exploration process. Youth will also explore informational […]
This eModule explores the adolescent brain and provides an in depth understanding, along with tips and tools that youth mentors can use to guide and support the attainment of a young person’s goals.
This self-directed eLearning Module looks at STEM identity and how adults can foster its development among youth. Explore strategies that connect STEM to everyday life, strategies to highlight the social impact of STEM, and ways to share personal stories of STEM professionals.
This online course offers an introduction to trauma-informed care for for adults who serve justice-involved and other marginalized youth and young adults. It features curriculum and resources developed by The Right Way Foundation in Los Angeles.
This online course offers an introduction to the concept of trauma informed care for any employer working with justice-involved or marginalized young adults. It features curriculum and resources developed by The Right Way Foundation in Los Angeles.
This self-directed eLearning Module lays the foundation for why it is important to engage girls with STEM. Learn how to address issues of unconscious bias and gain tips for engaging young women, as well as young men, from traditionally marginalized backgrounds who are under-represented in the STEM sector.
This self-directed eLearning Module explores youth development — the growth process by which all young people seek ways to meet their basic physical and social needs, adolescent brain development, and Positive Youth Development — an approach to build competencies that are necessary to succeed in adolescence and adulthood.