In partnership with the The United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg, the Mary and Frances Youth Center manages the implementation of the Youth Program Quality Intervention (YPQI) quality improvement process for out-of-school-time service providers across the region.
MFYC's involvement in the process supports the center becoming a local and regional youth training resource for youth program quality and youth development professionals.
Utilizing the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality system, the process empowers education and human service leaders to adapt, implement and scale best-in-class, research validated quality improvement systems to advance child and youth development.
The organizations below reflect the diversity of our region and the relevancy of YPQI.
“I appreciated finding out the strategic steps to improvement, change and what could impede that.”
“I’m so glad I had the opportunity to look at the assessment data and formulate a plan in a suitable working environment.”
“I enjoyed the various perspectives of other community leaders in Richmond. Since the forum allowed for open discussion, I learned a lot from other organizations. Great information!”
“The trainings have been interactive, engaging, and very helpful and informative.”
“I’ve learned real ways to implement sustainable change.”
For more information, contact Shekinah Mitchell at email@example.com.