Community Asset Managers

Community Asset Managers

Author: Youth USA

Certify unemployed, underemployed or transitioning adults as gainfully employed Community Asset Managers.

A Community Asset Manager serves as the designated representative of a YouthUSA beneficiary.  Any American citizen age 7-24 can qualify to become a YouthUSA beneficiary through THE ANNUAL YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS, a capacity-building program of YouthUSA.   In cooperation with a parent-approved caring adult mentor and seven key advisors, each Community Asset Manager plans, organizes, and directs the activities of a beneficiary’s community network to optimize access to corporate benefits.   The Community Asset Manager communicates and coordinates on issues with YouthUSA corporate officers, supports reporting requirements for grants and contracts, and develops opportunities for engaging YouthUSA beneficiaries in local service.  Community Asset Managers collectively participate in the development of employment training programs.  There are three initial requirements to qualify as a revenue-sharing stakeholder.

  1. Qualify a Community Asset – A 3 part application to THE ANNUAL YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS establishes a YouthUSA beneficiary as a Community Asset. Part 1 of the application identifies an Asset Manager to YouthUSA.  This caring adult represents the interests of a YouthUSA beneficiary.  www.YouthUSA.net/Programs
  1. Maintain a Subscription to The Conference Center – Parts 2 and 3 of the application to THE ANNUAL YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS.  www.YouthUSA.net/Connect
  1. Qualify as a Revenue-Sharing Stakeholder –  The YouthUSA Revenue Generating Strategy develops program related income through incubation of a member-owned limited liability company.  The social enterprise objective is to model and replicate a member-owned limited liability company valued at $1.44 million USD.  www.YouthUSA.net/Connect
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Source: YouthUSA.net