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Youth Development Programs
at Athens Land Trust
Our Youth Development programs are unique. We offer three paid job skills training programs, the Young Urban Farmers the Young Urban Builders and the Young Conservation Stewards Each program provides paid training and education for high-school aged youth in Athens-Clarke County.
Our approach incorporates on-site training, exposure to new opportunities, leadership development and classroom education, that delivers both specialized and general job skills, and community involvement to help ensure that the next generation of leaders are invested in where they live. We work to create personal connections between the youth in our programs and leaders in the community and the respective industries that are vital to increased job placement and social capital once they have graduated from their program.
A kitchen renovation completed in 2019 by the Young Urban Builders as part of the West Broad Sustainability-based Project.
The Young Urban Builders program was started in 2018 as a way to address youth unemployment and perform owner-occupied rehabilitation in the West Broad Neighborhood. The program is designed to provide job training and experience while working on community projects and aiding in neighborhood revitalization. YUB students are involved at all stages in the rehabilitation process to allow for a variety of skills to be developed.
The Young Conservation Stewards (YCS) is an employment and job skills training program for high school aged youth. YCS participants learn important environmental skills, including plant identification, invasive plant removal methods, and native plant installation and maintenance. They also develop essential soft skills in public speaking, leadership, and community outreach, and engage the public at venues including the ALT-run West Broad Farmers Market, where they have spoken publicly about the importance of green spaces in our community and the ways that community members can contribute to improving them. Participation in the Young Conservation Stewards leads to increased employability and job placement post high school graduation. Students who complete the summer leave with marketable skills in a variety of job sectors and invaluable professional connections.
Learn more about Athens Land Trust's Youth Development programs here.
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