In mid-September, Bethany Cole, a poised and confident 18-year-old, shared her goal of becoming an immunologist with a rapt audience of over 11,000 Rodan + Fields consultants.
Living in a rural area too often can mean young people are literally miles from resources and opportunities.
What if real progress lies, not in top-down, one-size-fits-all solutions, but in incremental, grassroots-driven change?
A new video introduces the challenges of young people in rural Texas and how one initiative has worked to change things for the better.
Growing up in rural America isn’t easy, and the needs of rural communities and the young people who call them home often go overlooked. At a recent learning event ...
Romina Bandura of CSIS highlights the linkages between SDGs 8 and 16, the need for partnerships, and the importance of inclusivity.
There’s a growing effort to promote young women’s employment by changing social norms, but it’s a difficult undertaking.
In 20 years pushing for greater investment in youth development, I’ve come to see young people as an orphan cohort.
In the age of LinkedIn, you might think it’s straightforward enough for employers to find the talent they need.
What does an increasingly digital labor landscape really look like for youth, particularly young women?