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"Inquiry to Impact" symposia bring together youth workers, youth leaders, and researchers

SteinJ-10.jpgThe Inquiry to Impact Symposia offered by University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development features free, public symposia to bring together youth workers, youth leaders, researchers, and policy makers to discuss issues in the field of youth development.Youth development leadership (YDL) M.Ed. program coordinator Jerry Stein said YDL students and faculty attend symposia sessions and promote the YDL program through their participation. Individuals interested in healthy youth development are welcome to attend upcoming presentations. Additional information and registration is available for sessions at the links below.

March 18th: "The Means to Grow Up: Reinventing Apprenticeship as a Developmental Support in Adolescence." Dr. Robert Halpern, President, Erikson Institute, Chicago.

April 29th: "In Pursuit of Effective Best Practices for Out of School Time."
Dr. Robert Granger, President, W.T Grant Foundation.

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