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Youth-Led Intergenerational Project Resources
Generations United encourages youth to start, expand and lead intergenerational programs in their communities. We encourage all youth, and organizations supporting youth in their community endeavors to check out the Youth-Led Intergenerational Toolkit and the online interactive companion guide.

Both of these resources outline the important steps for creating programs – prepare, plan, engage, implement, share and evaluate – designed to promote intergenerational solutions to societal challenges and build stronger communities.

For additional ideas for youth-led programs:
  • Check out our intergenerational program map here.
Contact Emily Patrick to share your story – if you are a youth leading intergenerational programs in your community – we want to hear from you and help promote your project.

Global Intergenerational Conference
June 13-16, 2017
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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