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USAID Contribution

YP2LE Youth Engagement Community of Practice Peer Connection and Networking Session

Event Details

Date and time

May 1, 2024






YouthPower 2: Learning and Evaluation
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Event Description

This virtual networking event will provide an opportunity to meet other youth engagement practitioners, share knowledge and expertise, and create connections across sectors.  

Wednesday, May 1, 2024 9-10 a.m. Eastern Time. Click here to register.

About the Event

Diverse industry leaders and experts will come together in this virtual gathering to exchange ideas and build synergy around positive youth development and meaningful youth engagement. We will provide multiple opportunities for small group discussions to create a collaborative and fun environment to explore professional opportunities and lessons learned. Additionally, participants will have an open space to discuss any topics of their choice. 

Presented by USAID's YouthPower 2: Learning and Evaluation Activity, the Youth Engagement Community of Practice serves youth, practitioners in youth-serving organizations, and policymakers. 

This event will include English closed captioning (cc). 

About the Community of Practice

The YP2LE Learning Network brings together diverse stakeholders who seek to learn more and share about youth development. As one of six communities of practice (CoPs), the Youth Engagement CoP helps members share and benefit from collective learning. Learn more about the Youth Engagement CoP and other CoPs on and register to connect with these communities.

You must be a registered member of in order to participate in the discussion group. Register today!

About YouthPower 2: Learning and Evaluation (YP2LE)

YP2LE is a USAID-funded activity focused on building and disseminating evidence on Positive Youth Development (PYD). YP2LE’s goal is to give program implementers, researchers, and young changemakers the information, tools, and resources they need to develop high-quality, impactful, and sustainable youth programs.