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List of youth empowerment organizations - Wikipedia List of youth empowerment organizations This is a list of organizations that promote, advocate, or otherwise affiliate with youth empowerment. This is an incomplete list which can or may never satisfy any objective standard for completeness. Contents: Top 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S
Youth empowerment programs are aimed at creating healthier and higher qualities of life for underprivileged or at-risk youth.  The five competencies of a healthy youth are: (1) positive sense of self, (2) self- control, (3) decision-making skills, (4) a moral system of belief, and (5) pro-social connectedness.
Count Me In is a youth-led leadership organization. The global youth empowerment movement was founded in 2008 by Shane Feldman, and as of September 2017 the organization has impacted 10 million millennials in 104 countries. The organization was started in Toronto, Canada, and now has offices in Los Angeles and New York City.
Reality Check is a "youth-based, adult mentored" statewide youth program operated by the New York State Department of Health in Albany, New York. Founded in 2001, the goal of the program is to educate "teens about the manipulative marketing practices used by the tobacco industry to get teens to smoke."
Children and Youth International, formerly Rio+twenties, is a non-governmental youth-led and volunteer based youth empowerment organization based in Brussels, Belgium, New York, USA and Brighton, UK. Its goal is to "build capacity and empower young people and their representative structures to actively participate in the preparatory processes ...
The following is a list of youth organizations. A youth organization is a type of organization with a focus upon providing activities and socialization for minors.   In this list, most organizations are international unless noted otherwise. Contents: Top 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0–9 [ edit] 4-H (Worldwide)
A Democrat, he is the former Council Member for the 12th district of the New York City Council, which includes the Baychester, Co-op City, Edenwald, Eastchester, Wakefield, and Williamsbridge sections of The Bronx. King and his wife, Neva Shillingford-King are the founders of the Bronx Youth Empowerment Program (YEP).