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Young people represent the future of our country

They deserve good health, a quality education, and community support, no matter where they live. They are also among our most underutilized resources. We need to help them grow into the leaders of tomorrow by integrating service and community problem-solving into students’ broader academic and personal development.

During the last decade, SCP has served a variety of nonprofit organizations, public institutions, and foundations focused on young people, service, and education. In addition, we have also lent our expertise to organizations interested in developing leaders of all ages, to ensure that the social services sector enjoys an ample supply of quality leadership as we face the challenges of the 21st century.

These organizations include:

  • Alameda County Social Services Agency
    A large, county-level social service agency in Oakland, California.
  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
    One of the nation’s largest philanthropies devoted to improving the life chances of disadvantaged children and families, as well as developing leaders for the social-services sector.
  • Cabrini College
    A Philadelphia-area leader in service learning.
  • City Year Boston, Philadelphia, and Louisiana
    Local sites of a national organization of young adults that seeks to demonstrate, improve, and promote the concept of national service as a means of building a stronger democracy.
  • KidZone Philadelphia
    This organization works to improve outcomes for young people by encouraging education, employment, and civic engagement.
  • The Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University
    A national leader in public service graduate education.
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