In June, NAA's International Learning Exchange (ILE) took place in Rome, Italy—where there were many lessons learned, visions shared and leaders leaving feeling inspired to impact their communities. Devan Blackwell, M.A., an Executive Member of NAA, has outlined his five key takeaway ideas from the event.
A recent New York Times article reported that when asked to draw a leader, both male and female executives generally drew a man.
The Journal of Youth Development (JYD) is issuing a companion call for youth submissions for a special issue designed to expand the dialogue on immigrant, refugee and border youth in the United States by bringing multiple voices and perspectives of researchers, practitioners and youth to the forefront.
The National AfterSchool Association and the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents have recently published their first double issue of the Journal of Youth Development.
Still not comfortable with the reality of millennials in the workplace? You may get your mind blown by the Generation Z cohort—your next class of interns. According to Forbes, Generation Z made up 25 percent of the U.S. population in 2015, making them a larger cohort than baby boomers or millennials.
When I first started at WINGS eight years ago, I spent the first few months at each of our afterschool programs in Charleston, South Carolina.