One City Youth

Website
| Author: Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services

One City Youth is a collaborative cross-agency effort that supports child and youth programming in DC. The initiative is part of DC's comprehensive cradle-to-career initiative, an effort which lays out a set of measurable outcomes and targets to ensure that all District youth are career-ready by age 24.

Audience:
Families
Providers
Topic:
Child Care and Early Learning
Family Supports
Grade Levels:
Prenatal
Infant (birth-18 mo.)
Toddler (18-24 mo.)
Preschooler (2-4 yr.)
School-age (5-8 yr.)

One City Youth is a collaborative cross-agency effort that supports child and youth programming in DC. The initiative is part of DC's comprehensive cradle-to-career initiative, an effort which lays out a set of measurable outcomes and targets to ensure that all District youth are career-ready by age 24.

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