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Urban America is facing challenges; youth employment could help solve them.

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JFF & AFCS Paper

Spreading Innovation Through Collective Impact: Stories of Collaboration Between Community-Based Organizations and Public Systems

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Aspen Institute Public Service Award

Howard and Sheri Schultz receive Aspen Institute Honor for work with opportunity youth

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There are currently 5.5 million opportunity youth,

defined as young people between the ages of 16 – 24 who are neither enrolled in school nor participating in the labor market. These youth represent enormous potential for our nation’s economy. Investing in these young people will also have a ripple effect on future generations of low income children and families.

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