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Working in Partnership With Opportunity Youth

JFF Associate Vice President of Reconnection Designs Lili Allen recently co-authored an article published by the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

In the article, titled “Working in Partnership With Opportunity Youth,” Allen and Monique Miles, vice president of the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions (FCS), discuss lessons that stakeholders involved in the FCS Opportunity Youth Forum learned during a decade of work focused on helping young people succeed.

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