3 Ways to Integrate Meaningful Youth Engagement into Your Organization

Leverage young people's strengths to build out innovation at your organization

Why It Matters

All year long, social mission organizations will welcome young people into their ranks for internships and temporary work experience. Many, however, fail to truly engage young workers — a misstep that not only undervalues young people, but fails to take advantage of their potential to bring innovative solutions to the table.

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