YOUTH EMPLOYMENT

REPORT | SUMMER 2019

Improving Education & Income Generation Outcomes for Undocumented Youth: State & Local Solutions

This joint report with the National Youth Employment Coalition highlights state and local solutions to improve education and income-earning outcomes for undocumented youth. These solutions can be advanced by elected officials, policymakers, advocates, nonprofits, foundations, and education leaders across the United States. This convening and research are a part of GCPI’s broader policy development work on the Youth Opportunity Guarantee, which would ensure access to education and employment for all young people in the United States.

Rashaun Bennett, Thomas Showalter, & Laura Tatum

REPORT | MARCH 2019

The Youth Opportunity Guarantee: A Framework for Success

This report introduces a Youth Opportunity Guarantee of education, training, and employment for all youth ages 16 to 24 in the United States. After years of extensive research and consultation with well over 100 experts and stakeholders, GCPI has created a framework that integrates secondary, postsecondary, and employment systems to make long-term labor market success a reality for all youth in the United States.

Laura Tatum, Indivar Dutta-Gupta, Cosette Hampton, Huixian (Anita) Li, & Peter Edelman

BLOG | April 2019

Ensuring the Youth Opportunity Guarantee Works for Undocumented Youth

Undocumented youth are an integral part of the United States. Regardless of documentation status, immigrants contribute to our country—supporting their families, serving their communities, and contributing to local, state and national economies. However, the nearly 2.1 million undocumented youth under the age of 24 are often left out of opportunities and programs, and therefore face uncertainty about their job prospects and futures.

Rashaun Bennett

BLOG | April 2019

Transition to the Green Economy: Vehicle for the Youth Opportunity Guarantee? 

More than eight years into an economic recovery, the labor market is not bringing young people into the labor force. Approximately 4.6 million young Americans remain disconnected from school and work. Changing how the labor market works for young people requires a national strategy for systemic reform. A transition to a green economy could be a catalyzing force for this vision.

Thomas Showalter

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