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Demand-Driven Training for youth employment programs build job-relevant skills valued by employers and useful for self-employment by offering both pre-employment skills development and some form of on-the- job training.

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Socio-Emotional Skills: A Critical Subset of "Soft Skills" and How to Develop Them via In-School and Out-of-School Settings

Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Creative Associates International

Youth who can effectively recognize, manage, and communicate emotions get the most out of their learning experiences while strengthening key soft skills for workforce success including self-control, positive self-conception, communication, and social skills. Emotional awareness, though, is not intuitive and is rarely taught formally.

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Using the SCALERS Model to Guide Scaling Strategy

Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke University

The SCALERS model proposes that successful scaling of a social venture requires developing a mix of organizational capabilities that are tailored to the venture’s unique innovation and ecosystem.

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Practical Considerations For Bringing Scale Into Your Work

Management Systems International

Are you designing, running, funding or evaluating an organization or a pilot program that has the potential to reach regional or national scale?  This Lab provides participants with a management framework, a set of practical tools, and a variety of tips intended to increase their programs’ prospects for achieving sustainability and scale.  It will include discussion of ongoing efforts to scale a range of youth and enterprise development models, hands-on practice applying a scalability assessmen

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Why Enterprise Development Alone Will Never Deliver Scale or Sustainability. It's All About the System, Stupid

The Springfield Centre for Business in Development

In development, we talk endlessly and eloquently about our ambitions for lasting and large-scale impact on poverty. But to what extent does this mantra actually drive what we do and how we do it, and how much is little more than empty rhetoric for the ears of distant, sometimes apathetic, supporters, funders or politicians?

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The Voice of Youth in Economic Policymaking: How to Advocate for the Right Reforms

SPARK, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), Palestinian Youth Association for Leadership and Rights Activation (PYALARA)

Youth play a vital role in development, but they are often excluded from decision making process in emerging economies where youth focused policies are often just symbolic and not implemented, and are often created without consulting their needs. How can donors and the private sector support countries with high youth unemployment and low participation to develop inclusive policies? The answer: empowering youth to advocate for the improvement of their socioeconomic position in the society.

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You Are Not Cool!: Meaningful Youth Engagement Begins with a Little Self Awareness and A Lot of Trust

Population Services International (PSI), USAID, ICRW, Advocates for Youth

Engagement, participation, involvement and leadership. These words are now cornerstones of our youth and development policies, white papers and proposals. We might believe in them and commit to them but doing them right is hard. In this workshop we disentangle what has failed and what shows promise for engaging youth in program design, research, implementation and advocacy.

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Getting to Big: Take Your Program Online for Scale and Impact

Udemy, Education Development Center (EDC), Catawba Valley Community College

You've designed a groundbreaking and effective youth development program and you are ready to take it online to achieve bigger scale and impact. How will you ensure that your program will make the transition to a digital format and stay relevant, engaging, feasible, and sustainable? Your staff is fluent in several languages but what the heck are MOOCs, the Cloud, Moodle, Drupal, flip the classroom, CMS and LMS?

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Measuring Youth Workforce Readiness as a Result of Entrepreneurship Training

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), JA Worldwide, Educational Testing Service (ETS)

Many of the skills expected of today's youth, such as perseverance, problem solving, and communication, are associated with an entrepreneurial mindset and incorporated into entrepreneurship education. Despite these trends, there are currently few comprehensive assessments on the market that actually measure these skills.

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Effective Models to Create and Scale Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Vulnerable Rural Youth through Agriculture

TechnoServe, The MasterCard Foundation, Global Clover Network

Rural youth face significant challenges in finding economic opportunities. The number of youth entering the job market each year far outstrips the number of new jobs created for youth. While agriculture presents a viable option, youth often lack interest in traditional agriculture. Africa, holding the lion’s share of the world’s uncultivated arable land, will need the youth to take full advantage of the continent’s agricultural potential to feed itself.

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Scaling Support Services to Young Entrepreneurs: Experiences and Lessons Learned from the Youth Business International Network

Futurpreneur Canada, Enterprise Uganda, Colectivo Integral de Desarollo (CID), Youth Business Spain, Youth Business International

Support for young entrepreneurs addresses the critical issue of youth unemployment, now at 74 million or 13% (15-24 years), almost three times higher than the adult unemployment rate. Youth need support in training, mentoring, business services and access to finance to convert their high entrepreneurial intentions into established businesses (GEM 2015). Youth Business International works to deliver such support to young adults (18 – 35 years) across 42 countries via a netwo

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