(NEW as of 2018)

Specialty:
• Youth Employment
• Comprehensive Youth Systems
• Strategic Planning
• Career Pathways
• Work-Based Learning
• Employer Engagement
• Youth Corps
• Foster Youth
• High School Improvement

New Ways is a consulting, technical assistance and training intermediary that helps communities build comprehensive local youth-serving systems, develop new programs and partnerships, and improve practice in the organizations that serve young people.
New Ways has spent the past 37 years learning how to help people work across systems to leverage resources and expand opportunities for youth, especially those youth and young adults facing challenges in the transition to adulthood.

New Ways works with local government agencies, youth agencies and workforce boards, schools and school districts, community-based organizations, businesses and employer groups, private foundations and corporations to help clarify key issues and opportunities, build effective partnerships and design and implement approaches to improve outcomes for youth. We help create powerful partnerships a to provide young people with the opportunities and support they need to prepare them for success in career and life.

We are experienced in a wide range of service strategies including delivering facilitated workshops and learning sessions, coaching cohorts of staff working on similar projects, building peer professional development systems, coaching executive level and program staff, and providing direct content trainings. In each case, we develop and implement the appropriate strategy to address the defined need in consultation with the client.

New Ways is a qualified technical assistance provider and vendor for the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, the New York City Department of Education and Mayor’s Office, the San Francisco Department of Children Youth and their Families and the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development.

Website: http://www,newwaystowork.org

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