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    • Building strong school-to-work systems: Illustrations of key components. 

      Hamilton, Stephen F.; Hamilton, Mary Agnes (Cornell University, 1999)
      The goal of creating systems that foster young people's transition to adulthood is central to the School-to-Work Opportunities Act, but difficult to translate into action. As an aid to practitioners and policy makers facing ...
    • Learning well at work: Choices for quality. Washington DC: School-to-Work Opportunities. 

      Hamilton, Mary Agnes; Hamilton, Stephen F. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1997)
      This guide is written for people in workplaces and schools who plan, direct, or evaluate work-based learning opportunities for youth. The voices of both youth and adults involved in work-based learning illustrate their ...
    • Principles for Youth Development 

      Hamilton, Stephen F.; Hamilton, Mary Agnes; Pittman, Karen (Sage Publications, 2004)
      In this chapter, the authors review how the term "youth development" is used, discuss the process and goals of youth development, and give an overview of youth development principles and practices.
    • Toward a youth apprenticeship system: A progress report from the Youth Apprenticeship Demonstration Project in Broome County, NY 

      Hamilton, Mary Agnes; Hamilton, Stephen F. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1993)
      This report identifies issues encountered first year of operation of the Cornell's Youth Apprenticeship Demonstration Project located in and around the city of Binghamton, New York, and describes how these issues have ...
    • Youth Development and Prevention 

      Hamilton, Stephen F. (ACT for Youth Center of Excellence, 2006)
      In this article, Stephen F. Hamilton discusses the differences and relationships between the youth development and prevention approaches.
    • Youth surveys and youth development strategies: Lessons from the field 

      Whitlock, Janis; Hamilton, Stephen F. (ACT for Youth Center of Excellence; Family Life Development Center; Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2001)
      This report describes four youth development assessment tools and summarizes how communities have used these tools.