1. The Youth Vote Counts At the Iowa caucus on Monday, Ted Cruz won and Donald Trump had a “yuge” loss, in the words…
Residents, youth and experts speak on the disparity of underage drinking in Del Norte County and Adjacent Tribal Lands.
On November 21 at 4pm Youth Radio’s New Options Project Youth Advisors (NOPYA) hosted in Youth Radio’s third and final online live chat about youth unemployment.
Please join Youth Radio’s New Options Project Youth Advisors (NOPYAs) on November 21 at 4pm PDT for our third and final live online chat about youth unemployment.
Students have to be at risk of dropping out of high school to land a job at Southwire. It’s all part of a program called “12 For Life.” Southwire created it in 2007, together with the local County school system, to try and improve the dropout rate and improve the lives of teens like Deriek Foster.
Is College Worth It? That’s the name of a new book by former Secretary of Education William Bennet and David…
Three years ago, when Christian Hernandez was 16 years old, he recorded a joke voicemail greeting. It starts off with, “Hello. Hey! Uh, can’t understand you.” It’s meant to trick the caller into thinking it’s Hernandez on the phone. Eventually, callers hear, “Ha, voicemail! You know what to do stupid.” Now, at 19, Hernandez is looking for a job, and the greeting which started off as a joke for friends is now a liability.
What’s the path to that dream job? How does one job lead to another? Youth Radio finds out in our…
Teen employment in the U.S. is near historic lows, yet companies report jobs going unfilled because they can’t find qualified workers. So how do we solve the problem?