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IYF Blog - Posts in on the job training
My Hands-On Experience in a NEO Internship in the Dominican Republic
October 16, 2017
I am 19 years old and one of 26,000 youth participants in the NEO Dominican Republic alliance..
A Step-by-Step Journey to Employment in Palestine
September 29, 2017
For the 44 percent of Palestine’s youth who are unemployed, finding their place in the job market requires persistence, flexibility, networks, and the right mix of skills and experience, as 22-year-old Omar Abu Arra came to find out..
How 3 Companies are Closing the Skills Gap for Youth in the U.S.
June 29, 2017
What are Best Buy and two other leading companies doing to improve employment opportunities for U.S. youth?.
3 Ways to Increase Youth Apprenticeships in the United States
November 3, 2016
Not to be relegated as a thing of the past, apprenticeships represent a critical opportunity for the United States to fill its middle skills jobs gap..
A Youth Development Professional’s Journey in Jordan
July 27, 2016
Alia in Jordan is passionate about working with young people, including young women, and connecting them to the training that will allow them to succeed..
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