Articles covering topics relevant to America’s youth

Join Share Our Strength’s Great American Dine Out, a week-long national dine-out held Sept. 21-28, 2008, that brings together the entire restaurant industry and millions of customers.
Safe Kids USA offers these tips for keeping kids safe.
Three organizations will use service-learning to ignite the passion for math and science in thousands of low-income students, thanks to grants announced today by Learn and Serve America.
MENTOR's National Mentoring Institute is pleased to announce the launch of a new Online Community for mentors to network with other mentors, obtain support and access resources to develop stronger, more impactful mentoring relationships.
Thirty students, ages 17-20, from across the United States and Canada comprise the State Farm Youth Advisory Board.
The current edition of the Non-Profit Times (NPT) has revealed this year’s list of the top 50 People of Power and Influence, which includes America’s Promise Alliance President & CEO Marguerite Kondracke.
On Sept. 27, 2008, across the nation, thousands of individuals, groups, and communities will come together to learn, serve, and celebrate volunteering. This “Day of Action” will showcase the value of volunteerism to communities in bringing about positive change.
Urban Alliance, a group made up of representatives from Washington-area businesses, has an annual program where they prepare 150 D.C. public high school students for the professional world.