Resources for Teens and Adolescents
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Positive Youth Development
- Boy Scouts of the USA
Prepares young people through scouting to make ethical and moral choices over their
lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
- Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Mississippi
Using a holistic youth development approach, our programs help develop children and boost their academic achievement, social skills and self-confidence.
- Girls Inc.
A national youth organization dedicated to helping every girl become strong,
smart and bold.
- Girl Scouts of the USA
Provides information on how scouting can assist girls build courage, confidence, and character throughout the world.
- Youth Activism Project
Encourages young people to pursue their ideas for community
change. Provide resources and information to promote youth advocacy and
positive youth development.
This federal website provides interactive tools and other resources to help youth-serving organizations and community partnerships plan, implement, and participate in effective programs for youth
- Freechild Institute
The Freechild Institute teaches youth and adults to work together and transform the world in positive, powerful ways.
Get a job, internship or volunteer with a non-profit organization. Search this site of over 20,000 organizations to find out where your services are needed.
- Points of Light Foundation
Learn more about connecting with others through community service or find a volunteer center near you.
- Youth Service America
The home page for Youth Serve America connects to a search engine
for volunteer opportunities in your area. You can also learn more about
National Youth Service Day and access the online tool kit.
- Make a Difference Day
Ways that teens can improve the lives of others each year.
The Corporation for National Service provides information about Americorps projects
in each state and how to apply.
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Last reviewed on Jan 14, 2020