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On the E-Newsletters page, you will find online newslettes, which users can subscribe to. These newsletters provide updates, delivered to users' inboxes, regarding various topics of youth development.
America's Promise Bulletin is distributed weekly via e-mail. To subscribe, click here
Annie E. Casey Foundation distributes low-volume, informative e-mail newsletters highlighting new information and resources on a variety of topics. To subscribe, click here
Child Trends E-Newsletter is committed to informing policy makers, service providers, the media, and the general public about its research findings in order to improve the lives of children. To subscribe, click here
CIRCLE (The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement) offers monthly e-updates. To subscribe at click here
Clover Corner News is an electronic newsletter for the 4-H movement. To subscribe, click here
Connect for Kids is a project of the Benton Foundation. Connect for Kids has two e-mail newsletters: Connect for Kids Weekly , devoted to breaking news in kids' issues, and Connections , a monthly bulletin highlighting original articles, profiles, and interviews. To subscribe, click here
Community Schools Online is the Coalition for Community Schools newsletter. It provides bi-monthly updates on developments in the community schools field and the work of the Coalition. To subscribe, click here
Family Involvement Network of Educators (FINE) was launched in November 2000 by Harvard Family Research Project to serve as a hub of resources for family engagement in children's education, and to enable colleagues in the field to connect and communicate. To subscribe, click here
The Foundation Center offers many newsletters, including the Philanthropy News Digest, The RFP Bulletin, and The Job Corner Alert. To subscribe, click here
Girl Scout Research Institute E-newsletter is emailed quarterly and will bring you the best of Girl Scout research and evaluation, as well as outside sources that we hope will deepen your undersstanding of girl issues. To subscribe, click here
Grants.gov is a new resource from the Federal Government to streamline the Federal grant making process. To subscribe, click here
Indiana Youth Institute Weekly Update is not just for Indiana. IYI's Weekly Update is a one-page e-mail newsletter full of useful information for non-profits, grant tips and bulleted research information pertaining to youth and children. To subcribe, at click here
JTO Direct is a service of Join Together. JTO Direct is available daily or weekly and features news, grant announcements, and alerts on substance abuse and/or gun violence issues. To subscribe, click here
JUVJUST is a newsletter offered by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention which lists publications, grants and funding opportunities, conferences, and other juvenile justice-related information. To subscribe, click here
Legal Clips is offered by the National School Boards Association's Council of School Attorneys providing weekly updates on important and interesting school law issues. To subscribe, click here
The LINK is a quarterly newsletter that explores the link between involvement in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems provided by the CWLS's Juvenile Justice Division. To subscribe, click here
National Service Briefing is a weekly email publication from Youth Service America highlighting current information about service initiatives. To subscribe, click here
PEN (Public Education Network) Weekly NewsBlast features school reform and school fundraising resources. The PEN NewsBlast is the property of the Public Education Network, a national association of 89 local education funds working to improve public school quality in low-income communities nationwide. To subscribe, click here
NYDIC was developed with support from DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the Lilly Endowment Inc. through a partnership with the Indiana Youth Institute and other generous funding.