National Assembly and Youth Today Renew PartnershipSeptember 27, 2017
The National Human Services Assembly (NHSA) and the national publication Youth Today have announced the renewal of a partnership that has served both organizations since 2014.
Youth Today is the only independent, national media outlet that is read by thousands of professionals in the youth service field to help better the future of youth.
The partnership, through NHSA’s National Collaboration for Youth, includes the following:
- All members and friends of NHSA can receive Youth Today’s resources, at a significantly discounted rate, to help them better serve youth.
- Youth Today is providing discounted subscriptions to all members and friends of NHSA. Subscribe here.
– 1 year at $45 ($20 discount from regular price): NHSA1
– 2 years at $90 ($20 discount from regular price): NHSA2
– 3 years at $135 ($25 discount from regular price): NHSA3
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Youth Today provides quality, independent journalism and training for professionals who work to ensure that all our children reach their full personal, educational and societal potential. The publication’s aim is to help the general public, practitioners, educators, parents, youth, funders, advocates, policymakers and lawmakers better understand out-of-school time issues both singularly and as a part of the larger child welfare, societal and educational ecosystems.
NHSA is a Washington, D.C.-based association comprised of some of the largest national nonprofit human service organizations. In aggregate, members and their affiliates and local service networks collectively touch, or are touched by, nearly every household in America — as consumers, donors or volunteers. NHSA’s mission is to strengthen health and human services in the United States through the active involvement and leadership of its members, envisioning a nation that seriously and effectively addresses the human service needs of its citizens. To foster shared learning and collaborative action, NHSA convenes sector leaders through multiple national collaborations, initiatives, peer-learning councils and more. The National Collaboration for Youth is one of the oldest and most established national coalitions on children and youth.