During Fall 2018, Laknath worked as a Program Evaluation Fellow with Row New York. He created data reports analyzing data for each borough Row New York works in. Additionally, he analyzed attrition rates of Row New York participants. Finally, he created a Data Handbook to ensure that everyone has access to information on the type of data Row New York collects.
During Fall 2018, Brianne worked as a Curriculum Development Fellow, which involved surveying youth and researching best practices to create improvements to two youth programs, Iowa Youth Congress and State Advisory Council of Iowa.
Erick worked with Fiver Children’s Foundation at Camp Fiver with their High School Prep program. He developed and implemented curriculum to help rising eighth graders with the New York high school application process and to help rising ninth graders with their transition into high school.
During Summer 2018, Teilor worked with Fiver Children’s Foundation to update and implement their curriculum for the College Access and Transition Program, which aims to prepare Fiver youth for life after they graduate high school.
Alessandra worked with Row New York to develop a resource guide and workshops on navigating the high school selection process in New York. Additionally, she created and facilitated a girls’ group for middle schoolers over the summer.
During Spring 2018, Jenna worked to develop an Alumni Network for YSS’s Residential Treatment programs. She transformed it into a Recovery Network based on the needs of those leaving the Residential Treatment program.
During Fall 2017, Denisha helped YSS pilot their redesign of a youth conference, Risky Business, into an action summit that focused on youth-adult partnerships and creating change within local communities.
During Summer 2017, Clarissa worked to develop a student engagement component for YSS and IHYC’s Post-Secondary Education Retention Program. The goal was to make community involvement more accessible to working students.
During Summer 2015, Macie helped coordinate Boys & Girls Club of Provo’s Members participation in the Kids Adventure Games. Additionally, she developed Garden Club for Members to learn about healthy eating, environmental conservatism, and other STEM related classes.