Reengaging opportunity youth (16- to 24-year-olds disengaged from work and school) is an important area of work in our region. In 2016, all Washington State Open Doors Programs submitted student-level ...Read More
What we do
The Opportunity Youth Advisory Group works to improve outcomes for 16- to 24-year-olds who have not completed a high school or college credential and are not employed. This multisector group came together in 2014 to learn about local opportunity youth, discuss the needs of the Road Map Project region and develop an action plan focused on building a coordinated, robust reengagement system. Significant progress was made in the four main areas of our action plan: improving supply, coordination, quality, and access. In early 2017, we developed a refined action plan to guide ongoing efforts.
To support regional alignment, we advise on efforts such as Reconnect to Opportunity, United Way of King County’s Reconnecting Youth initiative, 100,000 Opportunities, and Generation Work.
Learn about our opportunity youth
If you work with or on behalf of young people looking to return to education or employment, here are three ways you can get involved with Road Map Project affiliated efforts.