The Center for Urban Youth Development (CUYD) provides training and resources for organizations and individuals serving the needs of urban youth. Through the development of academic programs (certificate and degree), special events, and instructional institutes, we address the critical needs of both youth and youth workers. CUYD seeks to collaborate with organizations involved in transformational work among urban youth.
- CUYD Youth Justice Forum, Friday, February 21, 2014, 6:30pm at the Falls Center, 3300 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19129
- Coalition for Juvenile Justice Annual Conference, June 18-23, 2014, Washington, DC. More information forthcoming.
A 39-credit degree program designed to produce professionals who are theologically, academically and culturally competent to serve with excellence in an urban context. Students are equipped to work with youth in both Christian and secular environments.Â
Annual Special Events & Conferences
A yearly conference, festival or symposium for urban youth and/or youth workers designed to address a contemporary and pressing youth issue. Events organized in collaboration with community organizations.
Non-degree Credit Classes in Youth Development
Are you interested in serving the needs of urban youth? Non-degree credit classes in Youth Development address the critical needs of both youth and youth workers. Both lay people and professional youth workers need the skills and foundation to support youth in making a successful transition to adulthood.
Center for Urban Youth Development (CUYD)
Campolo College of Graduate and Professional Studies
Eastern University | Philadelphia
3300 Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19129