We pride ourselves on our work with youth and the elements we bring to our communities. We believe that the information we embrace should be shared with everyone to enjoy, help tackle the issues of today, and be used as tools to help develop long term change.
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Check out policy recommendations from youth participants of our 2009 Capitol Focus Program in Sacramento!
Check out program materials such as sample agendas, selected curricula, and program planning guides.
Check out the agenda from our latest joint PLPSH & YWHLP Policy Conference.
During January and February we conduct three one-day Regional Training's that take place in the Northern, Southern and Central regions of California. The training focuses on supporting PLP team's local work and workshop topics vary from Building Partnerships to Developing a Media Message.
The Capitol Focus program has been connecting youth to real-life state politics since 1981. Take a look at the Capitol Focus Agenda and see what we do during the busy three-day schedule...
The Women In Politics program brings together young women from all over California to learn about state politics through a four-day hands-on adventure. Participants are connected with Capitol professionals through one-on-one appointments, panel sessions, and work group discussions. Check out the agenda and see what its all about!
Youth Policy Work
Take a look at the great work young people have completed in our programs! Learn about their vision for the future.
This year PLPSH and YWHLP participants developed a list of policy recommendations for school health and women's health decision makers. Check it out and support their priorities by contacting us today!
Check out the policy recommendations developed by SYBOP participants in 2009. Youth shared this with their state representatives and other health and wellness stakeholders.
In 2009 YWHLP youth shared these policy recommendations with their state representatives as well as other women's health stakeholders.
Check out the Policy Recommendations youth developed the first year of the YWHLP!
Click here to learn more about the policy recommendations youth developed at the WIP 09 conference.
Check out the a presentation youth in Richmond developed to share their local achievements with others.
Check out past newsletters to learn more about what's happening on the ground in communities we work with!
Check out the Young Women's Health Leadership Program 2009 October Newsletter and learn about what participants have been doing in their communities to address women's health issues. See inside for insight from our Program Instructors, and an overview of the youth-planned 2009 summer conference!
Publications & Articles
Read guides we have published, and articles we have written!
Check out the California Center's how-to guide for adults on involving youth in community planning!
Download posters from past Roast events! This artwork is great.
Download this poster of State Senate Republican Leader Dick Ackerman from the California Roast in 2008! Artwork and design by Sandra Hoover.
Download this poster of State Senate President pro Tempore Don Perata from the California Roast in 2007! Artwork and design by Sandra Hoover.
Download this poster of Assembly Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy from the California Roast in 2006! Artwork and design by Sandra Hoover.
Download this poster of Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez from the California Roast in 2005. Artwork and design by Sandra Hoover.
Download this poster from the California Roast in 2004. Artwork and design by Chris Van Overloop.
Download this poster of Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson from the California Roast in 2002. Artwork and design by Chris Van Overloop.
Download this poster of Senate Republican Leader Jim Brulte from the California Roast in 2001. Artwork and design by Chris Van Overloop.
Download this poster of Governor Gray Davis from the California Roast in 2000. Artwork and design by Chris Van Overloop.