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Read More About Strategies to Connect Youth by 25

8/8/2007:   The Finance Project's Vulnerable Children and Youth Practice Group recently developed three publications exploring strategies for financing supports and services for youth currently in or transitioning from foster care.

The strategy briefs aim to help policymakers, child welfare administrators, program developers, and community leaders. They outline the players, funding sources, and financing strategies that can support youth entrepreneurship opportunities, asset-building and financial education programs, and workforce development programs and services.

The publications are:

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