Random Engagement is Natural – Youth at Risk

The programs or projects which provide an opportunity for engagement and interaction have a better chance of success.  The engagement and interaction can include youth decision-making and influence over programming approaches, details, and activities. Youth gain more traction in a program when they can influence the direction of the program or project.  It is a subtle approach to leadership development and engagement with others.  it can not be prescribed or framed in a work plan but it can be an approach based on the principle of the significance of random, natural engagement – and then the project takes on a life of its own.

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