Reconnecting Youth to Economic and Education Opportunities

This funding opportunity advances economic mobility and equity for Forsyth County youth (ages 16 – 24) who have been disconnected from school and work, by increasing the number of young adults who move into living-wage jobs. We know that these youth—particularly youth of color—are impacted by systemic barriers and institutional racism and need support to secure living wage jobs and find the path to economic and educational success. This funding opportunity is designed to encourage communications, advocacy, and community engagement; and create policy reform to improve outcomes for youth and young adults not connected to work or school.

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