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Jan 16th networking mtgConnect with other youth leaders in Guilford County and find valuable resources to strengthen your program. 

The City's Parks and Recreation Department can help by providing networking opportunities for you. 

If you are interested in joining this youth service provider network or hosting a training, please contact Michelle Gill-Moffat, the City's youth services superintendent, at 336-373-4588.

Upcoming Events

Join us for the 2018 Speaker Series for Youth Leaders. Free professional development offered the second Tuesday of every month from 9:30-11 am. Contact Jasia Stevenson to register.

October 9 - Lock Your Meds: Understanding the Opioid Epidemic and Prevention Efforts
Presented by Angela Maxwell, MS, CSAPC, ICPS, Prevention and Early Intervention Services Director, Alcohol and Drug Services

November 13 - The Impact of Trauma and Violence on Youth
Presented by Dr. Kelly Graves, PhD, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Kellin Foundation

December 11 - Teen Volunteers and Professional Development: A Unique Opportunity
Presented by Jasia Stevenson, Greensboro Youth Council Director, Greensboro Parks & Recreation

Additional Resources

Youth Services Resource Guide - compiled by the Youth Services Committee, which lists community organizations that work with and for youth.

Student Improvement Awards - The Student Improvement Award, a monthly award, was designed specifically for those students who once were not caring or trying, not showing up for school, failing classes, getting into trouble, and generally “headed down the wrong path,” but have now made a personal choice to change their lives.