Want to be a Champion for youth? Here’s how.

It’s easy for us to say we value young people and the programs that provide them opportunities to grow, learn, and connect with the community. But sometimes it’s hard to put good intentions into action. That’s where MCCOY’s Community Compacts for Youth come in. They’re designed to help you discover concrete ways to improve how you or your organization supports youth development in central Indiana.

Maybe you’re in healthcare and want to improve the ways your staff interacts with youth? Check out your Compact here. Or maybe you work in a faith-based community and want to ensure the people in your organization know about high-quality youth programs. Click here for your Compact.

After you sign yours and send it in, MCCOY will soon offer you the tools you need to make your commitments realities. If you already serve youth, add a comment below and link others to your programs and projects – the ways that others can fulfill their commitments and support your work.

It’s not just teachers and youth workers who improve opportunities for young people — everyone plays a role. Check out our Compact page today.

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    Guests will have the chance to hear from current mentors and Indianapolis Met students, ask questions and learn more about Indianapolis Met and Learning Through Internship. Learn more.

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