Learn how you can use the recently released Creative Youth Development (CYD) National Action Blueprint as a resource in your work to advance the role of creativity in youth development. Led by the CYD National Partnership and a cross-sector coalition, this one-hour, interactive forum is designed for CYD practitioners and alumni, funders, researchers, and allied youth sector leaders. <p> </p> During the forum, we will discuss: <ol><li>The CYD National Movement and Blueprint goals</li><li>How CYD aligns with the priorities of allied youth sectors, including education, juvenile justice, and afterschool</li><li>Recommendations for advancing CYD in three strategic priority areas: <ul><li>VISIBILITY & IMPACT: Documenting and Communicating Outcomes and Impact</li><li>FUNDING: Expanding Pathways to Funding</li><li>FIELD BUILDING: Professional Development, Networking, and Technical Assistance</li></ul><li>Opportunities to get involved</li></ol><p>Read the <a href="http://creativeyouthdevelopment.org/national-action-blueprint">Creative Youth Development National Blueprint</a> and <a href="http://creativeyouthdevelopment.org/join-email-list/">subscribe to the CYD Partnership News</a> to receive regular updates on creative youth development (CYD) news, opportunities, and resources.</p><p> </p> Creative youth development is a long-standing, intentional practice that integrates creative skill-building, inquiry, and expression with positive youth development principles. In these programs, young people create original work-including animated films, 3-D printed sculptures, dance and theater productions, musical compositions, curated book collections, and more-and apply their creative skills to solve problems, shape their lives, and imagine and build the world in which they want to live. <p> </p> After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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