Youth-Centered Approaches To Meaningful Engagement: Part Two – Program Evaluation


Youth-Centered Approaches To Meaningful Engagement: Part Two – Program Evaluation

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This webinar was hosted by YouthREX.


How can we intentionally and meaningfully engage youth in the design, development, and evaluation of our programs? How can we ensure that our work is youth-centered and reflective of youth voice?

Youth programs tell us that meaningfully engaging youth is much harder than it appears.

We get their struggle! At YouthREX, youth engagement is always a work in progress – something we keep trying to get better at.

We keep returning to youth engagement because we know that it really is a big deal – that the knowledge and lived experiences of young people are important to any initiative that seeks to support youth wellbeing.

We know that as much as youth want to learn and be mentored by caring adults, they also want opportunities to lead and share what they know.

In part two of this two-part webinar series, discover strategies and best practices for meaningfully engaging youth in program evaluation, featuring YouthREX’s Dr. Corliss Bean, Research & Evaluation Specialist, in conversation with Jathusha Mahenthirarajan, Liam McGuire, and Olga Semenovych.

Youth Research & Evaluation eXchange (YouthREX). (2018, July 10). Youth-Centered Approaches to Meaningful Engagement – Part Two: Engaging Youth in Program Evaluation (Webinar Recording) on Vimeo [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/279320009

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