Resources for Educators & Practitioners

Ever wondered how to answer youth questions about sex, drugs, healthy relationships, nutrition? Wish you had more tools when you teach about certain topics? Do you need more activity ideas for your group meetings? Need accurate up-to-date information for your education practices? Want to know more about youth-led advocacy? These blogs have great information!

Become a GHGH Youth Intern

Don’t just get a job, make a difference! Applications open until July 6th, 2016

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GHGH Youth spoke up…now what?

Advocacy is about making long-term changes for the better. See what GHGH youth health advocacy has been able to accomplish this year!

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Why should we care about Self Care?

Self-care is not selfish, self-care is self-compassion.

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Youth leaders call on Board of Education to Prioritize Social & Emotional Health

Youth leaders want county education leaders to prioritize social & emotional health for youth throughout the county

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Girl leaders speak on Radio Bilingue

Alza tu Voz, Radio Bilingue’s Youth Focused radio talk show invited members of the GHGH Girls’ Leadership Network (GLN) to be interviewed

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Always Searching for Icebreakers?

Not finding any good icebreakers?! Here is the complete GHGH list.

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S-P-A-R-K Women on the Map

The SPARK movement is a girl fueled activist movement to demand an end to the sexualization of women and girls in the media.

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The Youth Leadership Institute

YLI collaborates with a range of community and government programs to serve youth and work toward social justice.

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Asset Mapping

A resource that inspires youth to discover existing resources to strengthen their communities

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Social Change Agents

Check out how Girls for a Change engages girls to be social change agents in their own communities.

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Youth Media Empowerment

How can you use film to promote the issues that youth find most important?

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Get Youth on Board

Youth on Board’s approach to youth development is very simple: They ask youth what they want. It’s a bottom-up approach, not top-down.

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FASTEN Youth Leadership Development

FASTEN your seat-belts & Check out these youth oriented project development tools.

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Teen Leadership by Jack and Jill of America Inc.

A Teen leadership and development guide that includes 15 modules to help develop consistent leadership in youth across the nation.

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Find Promising Practices

The Promising Practices Network has conducted thorough and comprehensive reviews of programs working with families and youth.

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BluePrints Programs

Blueprints can help practitioners determine which youth development program model matches their priority risk factors.

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Innovative Community Change

The Innovation Center for Community and Youth Development interests include (1) creating justice and (2) creating equality.

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Project Management Tool-Kit

Learning Project Management Skills in High School? Check out the following Curriculum….

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Health Education and Diversity

Meet the challenges of providing HIV/STD and sexuality education to culturally diverse groups with this Youth Leader’s Guide.

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Go Girls! Initiative

A life skills training manual for girls who are not enrolled in school and/or girls living in vulnerable situations.

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Allies in Social Change

How can we be true allies for youth?

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Center for Young Women’s Health

Do you have a specific health question for a young women? Here is a reliable resource.

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Girl Safety Tool-Kit

Trying to create safety for girls in a violent world?

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2013’s Most Popular Workbooks on Self-Esteem

For straightforward, simple, and meaningful exercises for teenage-girls look no further!

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Psychology Tools for Self-Esteem Assessments and Interventions

Psychology.Tools is a website full of free resources that can easily be adapted to help individuals experiencing social and emotional health issues.

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Dove Self-Esteem Tool-Kit

Dove has created a self-esteem tool-kit for parents, teachers, mentors, and youth leaders with a plethora of activities….

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