The Institute for Youth Development provides quality training for all adults who work with children and youth in Out of School Time (OST) programs. These adults are also called youth development practitioners. Youth development practitioners deepen their understanding of positive youth development, engage in best practices and improve services to youth.
Trainings are available for every level from front-line staff to program managers to executive directors. Download the training descriptions here.
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June 7, 2019 - Summer 2019 Learn24 Network Conference
This one-day conference provided youth development workers with essential tools and skills to deliver quality out-of-school-time (OST) experiences for youth across the District of Columbia. Attendees were able to connect with other youth-based-providers and hear valuable information on best practices, evidence-based research, innovative ideas and more.
Keynote speaker Marcia Tate serves as an educational consultant and has taught more than 450,000 administrators, teachers, and parents, as well as community and business leaders, across the globe. Conference attendees will learn best practices, innovative strategies, lessons learned and more to help improve outcomes beyond the school day for District of Columbia youth.
Handouts and Presentations may be downloaded below.