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Youth Today

ICF experts examine topics related to youth work and children in a series of articles published in Youth Today.

Youth Today provides breaking and in-depth news, information, and commentary on topics related to youth work and children, specifically disadvantaged children during out-of-school time (OST). Stay up to date as ICF experts address a variety of topics they are passionate about, including:

  • Long-term effects of childhood trauma
  • Career pathways and support services
  • Impacts of U.S. federal healthcare laws on children
  • Improving outcomes for high-risk children

Youth Today is housed at the Center for Sustainable Journalism at Kennesaw State University and is the only online and print publication covering these issues daily. The OST Research and Resource Hub provides layers of research, resources, toolkits, white papers, pertinent links, and expert advice.

Youth Today Articles

Title Date
Including Adolescents in Two-Generation Human Service Approaches OCTOBER 25, 2016
What Does Trauma-Informed Mean to Foster Youth? AUGUST 3, 2016
Considering a Research-Informed Theoretical Framework for Trauma-Informed Approaches MAY 18, 2016
The Impact of Food Insecurity on Child Well-Being APRIL 18, 2016
Helping Young Veterans Find Work after Military Service FEBRUARY 9, 2016
New Opportunities to Support Youth Employment DECEMBER 8, 2015
Career Pathways: Creating a Pipeline to Employment for Young Adults OCTOBER 14, 2015
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Helps Support Homeless Families SEPTEMBER 21, 2015
Making Healthcare Access Easier for Young People Leaving Foster Care AUGUST 10, 2015
Supporting Young Fathers in Their Parenting Journey JUNE 8, 2015
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty—One Child at a Time MARCH 27, 2015
Labor Department Programs Support Job Training for Youthful Offenders MARCH 12, 2015
Survivors of Human Trafficking Need Understanding, Help JANUARY 22, 2015
TANF, Child Welfare Partnerships Help Strengthen Families JANUARY 5, 2015