The Youth Opportunity initiative, piloted in Chicago, comes to D.C. and Maryland.
What if real progress lies, not in top-down, one-size-fits-all solutions, but in incremental, grassroots-driven change?
Learn how one organization's personal approach to programming creates opportunity for young people in Chicago.
A new video introduces the challenges of young people in rural Texas and how one initiative has worked to change things for the better.
At IYF, much of the work we do is supported by strong partnerships with corporations like McDonald’s, with whom we launched a program in Chicago known as the Youth...
A Fabrication Laboratory—known as a Fab Lab—is a space where young people can develop their technical skills through hands-on STEM activities while ...
Clustered around a table at The Rhino, a popular coffeehouse in Shreveport, Louisiana, four high school students plotted and planned. The next day, Ta'Mya, David, Annika, and Robert would have less than an hour to present key challenges...
Real change requires partnerships, and real partnerships must include young people.
Now is the time to invest in our shared future, and that means investing in our youth.
A new post on Medium looks at McDonald’s Corporation’s commitment to investing in young people.