CRITICAL YOUTH WORK:
BRIDGING THEORY AND PRACTICE

Free professional development opportunity for youth workers
to critically analyze key issues and explore options for creative and viable forms
of transformative practices that support and strengthen youth wellbeing

PROGRAM EVALUATION
FOR YOUTH WELLBEING

A free 10 week online certificate course about the main concepts,
approaches and practices relevant to conducting evaluation of
youth sector programs and initiatives.

CHECK OUT THE EXCHANGE!

Access hundreds of intentionally curated and created
resources in YouthREX’s online learning community
connecting shared knowledge to youth work

OUR MISSION

To make research evidence and evaluation practices accessible and relevant to Ontario’s grassroots youth sector through knowledge mobilization, capacity building and evaluation leadership!

WHAT WE'RE SAYING

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BLOG

Nov 8 Webinar | Youth and Substance Use: Engaging and Supporting Through Reflective Practice

This webinar, featuring the ReDesign Group, looks at how reflective practice can be used to support youth challenged by substance use.

YouthREX has five regional hubs to engage local youth serving organizations, academic partners, youth and policy stakeholders in capacity-building, knowledge mobilization, research and evaluation opportunities.

FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

YouthREX is primarily funded by the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services with extensive contributions from York University and the four partner universities: Carleton University; King’s College University at Western University;  Laurentian University and Lakehead University.