PEPNet

AcronymDefinition
PEPNetPostsecondary Education Programs Network
PEPNetPromising and Effective Practices Network
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PEPNet 2002: Diverse Voices, One Goal Conference presentation.
The PEPNet Institute offers city leaders and others who are engaged with workforce development an opportunity to gain tools and techniques to craft, fund, learn about, or promote more effective youth employment/development programming.
The PEPNet Institute is unique in its focus on networking with other committed youth providers from around the country.
NYEC, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting effective youth development, made the awards at the fourth annual Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPNet) Awards Ceremony held at the U.S.
A panel of young people talked about the impact the PEPNET programs have had on their lives with Lorenzo Harrison, who heads the Office of Youth Services at the U.S.
Mora was one of eight student panelists who traveled to Washington, D.C., in mid-September to participate in the annual Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPNet) awards ceremony, sponsored by the American Youth Policy Forum.
Local officials can also learn more about successful youth employment programs in other that other cities through national projects like PEPNet (Promising and Effective Practice Network), a project of the National Youth Employment Coalition.
The program was a 1997 National Youth Coalition PEPNet (Promising and Effective Practices Network) winner.
Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPNet) is a nationwide network of youth employment/development initiatives.
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM AWARDS--The Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPNet), which recognizes effective youth employment programs and provides information to policymakers to increase support for youth programming, is accepting applications for its 1999 awards.
Youth Employment Program Awards--The Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPNet), which recognizes effective youth employment programs and provides information to policy-makers to increase support for youth programming, is accepting applications for its 1999 awards.
When a college evaluation of the Massachusetts Youth Teenage Unemployment Reduction Network Inc., revealed that 71 percent of MY TURN participants retained their jobs for more than six months, the Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPnet) came calling.