Published on January 14, 2019 by
  • Skateistan

Looking for ways to involve local youth as volunteers and role models in your skateboarding programs? This section gives examples of what a structured youth leadership program looks like, common challenges, training tips, as well as less formal volunteer-based models.

Table of Contents:

00:04 – Overview

00:46 – What you’ll get out of this

01:12 – Kick-off question

01:28 – What’s Youth Leadership?

02:06 – Skateistan’s Youth Leadership program

05:05 – Volunteers: What to think about

07:40 – Volunteers: Child protection issues

09:09 – International skate project volunteers

11:30 – Audio: Youth Leadership in Kabul

16:48 – Next steps

17:15 – Activity: Plan your volunteer program

Goodpush Toolkit: Youth Leadership | Skateistan

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