2015 by the Numbers

  • 2,150 clients served from over 260 organizations, school districts and businesses
    • Strengths Development – 885 participants from over 50 programs, schools and organizations discovered their top 5 talent themes and took them to the next level – answering the “What’s next” element of most trainings.
    • Youth Development – Youth Engagement – Organizational Development – 340 individuals from over 65 programs, schools and organizations enhanced their skill set and added new tools to their teaching, facilitation and training bucket by attending learning communities on youth development and youth engagement.
    • Ripple impact reaches over 50,000 youth – 30 staff members from 7 organizations with a passion for making relevant change participated in the 2015 Cultural Relevancy Institute, demystifying the many components of culture to improve their surrounding climates.
    • Coaching – Consulting – Technical Assistance – 84 youth and adults
    • Listening circles – youth voice at its finest – 5 school districts gained valuable insight with over 80 youth and staff participating in the listing circle forum
    • Leadership Programs – youth engagement and youth voice and choice
      • 160 youth – 15 peer youth facilitators – 70 adults – Each participated in one of four Youth Leadership Strengths Development Outdoor Camps the YDN team facilitated in 2015. These “at promise” youth and their adult leaders have a new perspective on life and are filled with hope for their future.
      • Twin Rivers Unified School District supported the District’s Student Leadership 21st Century Youth Skill Building Sessions for the 4th year.  120 middle school and high school students from 23 school sites participated in 8 leadership development sessions during the 2014-2015 school year.
      • Encina High School – 50 students engaged in an interactive program where they learned practical skills on peer conflict mediation and peer mentoring.
  • Conferences and convergences – over 275 participants gathered at various conferences and events with the key purpose of improving and motivating change that improved the lives of the people they serve.  The YDN team provided keynote presentation and conference presentations to support that goal.  Sparking ideas, provoking thoughtful dialogue and helping people feel emotionally connected to important concepts for improving their lives and the lives of those around us.

YDN 2015 Revenue Sources

YDN 2015 Expense by Project

YDN 2015 Expense Allocation by Key Category