Our Youth Action programs support the leadership of our young people through authentic interactive programs in Civic Engagement, Career Pathways, Health & Wellness, and School Climate.
The Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a youth-centered, youth-directed group of students who address health-related issues. YAB members are in grades 9-12 and represent multiple Alameda County schools.
Project Pathways connects students in court, community, and continuation schools with community colleges, workforce development boards, and CBOs to build pathways aligned with educational goals and employment needs.
Project EAT provides nutrition education through youth internships, classroom curriculum, professional development, and community engagement.
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Professional development, coaching training, and technical assistance to educational and parental leaders and community members to build partnerships across Alameda County.
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Crisis hotlines, suicide prevention lifelines, drug and alcohol treatment, and mental health resources throughout Alameda County.