Thank a Youth Worker Day
Thursday, May 5th, 2022
If your organization employs or supports volunteers in work with children or youth, or your organization would like to take an active role in supporting this vital work in communities around the world, we hope you’ll become a partner….
Just go to:
Becoming a partner is a simple investment of your organization in the following:
Promote Thank A Youth Worker Day in your networks.
Help spread the message through social media.
If a youth and children serving organization, honor child and youth care workers in your organization on that day.
Participate in partners’ teleconference sessions: (Dates and call-in details TBA.)
As a partner, you’ll receive:
Your logo is on the Thank A Youth Worker Day page of the ACYCP website.
A link from the website to your organization.
Use of all Thank a Youth Worker Day resources, including letters, media releases, ideas for celebrating, logos, etc.
Join the effort to say thanks and make a positive difference in the lives of child and youth care professionals in your organization and community!
Questions, comments, or concerns?
To become a partner, just email us at:
Who Is a Youth Worker?
Youth Worker: n. An individual who works with or on behalf of children and/or youth to facilitate their personal, social, and educational development and enable them to gain a voice, influence, and place in society as they make the transition from dependence to independence. (Definition from the National Collaboration for Youth.)
Does your organization use a different term? Youth care worker…Child care worker…youth minister…etc. If so, please take the materials and adapt it to say thank you in your culture and your organization!
Want to see who your other partners are (you’ll be surprised!):
Association for Child & Youth Care Practice, Inc. | Current Partners (acycp.org)
So, don’t wait and save the date, because it’ll be here before you know it! ◊