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Title: Introduction to YouthBuild


1
Introduction to YouthBuild
  • By Norman Greenfield
  • ABC Learn, Inc. DBA
  • San Fernando Valley YouthBuild, in Pacoima,
    California

2
Workshop Objectives
  • Examine need for YouthBuild Program
  • YouthBuild Model
  • MOUs Funding
  • Is a YouthBuild right for you?

3
The National Picture
  • 1.2 million1 high school students did not
    graduate on time (2011)
  • 6.7 Million1 out-of-school, unemployed youth in
    the U.S. (2012)
  • 3 million2 drop out of school every year
  • 9.3 3 of HS dropouts are in jail or detention
  • only 200,000 youth are served by all programs
    including Job Corps, YB, CC.

4
Cost to change a Nation
  • 22,000 Investment per member in YouthBuild
  • 50,000 to incarcerate a youth per year
  • 775,900 monetary value to save a high-risk
  • youth

5
YouthBuild addresses need
  • 1978 YouthBuild starts in East Harlem
  • 1990 YB becomes YB USA in 20 cities
  • 1994 HUD provides funding for YB
  • 2006 YB authorized under HUD Fed Budget
  • 2007 YB transferred to DOL funding
  • 2012 273-YB Sites in USA
  • 2011 56-YB Sites in 12 Intl Countries

6
YouthBuild Members
  • 100 Low Income
  • 94 Need HS Diploma or GED
  • Youth 16-24 Years of Age
  • 45 Public Assistance
  • 32 Court Involved
  • 31 are parents

7
YouthBuild is . . .
  • Developing positive, caring relationships with
    adults and peers
  • In a highly-structured, safe, supportive learning
    environment
  • Mastering new skills, knowledge and attitudes
  • In service to others in need in their community
  • And creating hope and opportunities for their own
    future

8
A Typical YouthBuild Program
  • 30-50 Youth in Program
  • Youth ages 16-24 years of age
  • Require 6 months to 2 years of education
  • Requires 6-10 Staff

9
A Typical YouthBuild Program
  • 5 components

10
Required Staff
  • YouthBuild Director
  • Program Manager
  • Construction Manager
  • Administrative Staff
  • Bookkeeper/Receptionist
  • 6-Program Staff
  • Career Planner/Construction staff/
  • 2-Teachers/Counselor(MSW)

11
YouthBuild Model is Flexible
  • 501 (c)(3)
  • Educational Institute
  • Alternative school
  • Ed Institution
  • Community/Technical College
  • CBO i.e. Community Development Corporation
  • Large Agency/Municipality

12
My Program
  • 1-Executive Director
  • 1-Program Manager/Mentoring Director
  • 1-Constuction Manager
  • 5-Teachers (ADA) 1/20 students
  • 1-Registrar (ADA)
  • 1-Receptionist
  • 1-Security Guard (ADA)
  • 1-MSW, with 5-Interns (MOU)

13
My YouthBuild Program Staff
  • Post Secondary Education/Career Consultant
  • 2-Life Skills Teachers (MOU)
  • 1-Mentoring/Program assistant (Grant)
  • Part-time accountant
  • 2-Maintenance staff
  • 1-Food Service Part-time
  • 2-Food Service Contractor
  • Media Arts Consultant
  • Financial Literacy (MOU)

14
Pros and Cons
Stand Alone 501 c3 Strong program cohesion, retain integrity of design Burdensome to manage finances and housing project
CBO Potential for strong integration, cohesive environment, create linkages for young people Program isolation is YB not CD components outsourced staff time becomes split
Educational Institution Strong academic and curriculum integration strong graduate opportunities strong community relationships and partnerships Limited understanding of model funding becomes dispersed program staff lack financial control
Large agencies Strong fiscal capacity strong community partners strong graduate opportunities Limited understanding and commitment to program model lack of cohesion for y.p. and staff staff time becomes split funding becomes dispersed program staff lack financial control
15
Sample YouthBuild Budget400,000
16
Sustainability
  • Grants
  • DOL Potential 1.1 Million
  • NSI 100,000 Pass through Grant (YB)
  • DOJ Mentoring 100K Pass through (YB)
  • Local Grants
  • Donations in process
  • Self Funding (SES Profitability)

17
YouthBuild USA Program Services
  • Resources and Materials
  • Website
  • Academy Trainings
  • Technical Assistance (limited)
  • Fee for Service

18
Questions/ Comments
19
Goodbye
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