Youth Employment Toolkit
The Youth Employment Toolkit is a free online resource that presents summaries of evidence on interventions that are used to help young people who are out of work get jobs. This first edition of the Toolkit contains information about seven different kinds of intervention. We will update it regularly to add more interventions and new data on the ones that are already included.
The research that underpins the Toolkit includes findings from a network meta-analysis of published evaluations. This means we can present the impact of individual interventions as components of youth employment programmes.
You are strongly advised to look beyond this front page and explore the summaries for the interventions that are of interest to you.
The Youth Employment Toolkit is published by the Youth Futures Foundation.
The Toolkit includes references to third party research and publications which Youth Futures Foundation is not responsible for, and cannot guarantee the accuracy of.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information that the toolkit contains, Youth Futures Foundation makes no warranty (express or implied) regarding that information and does not accept responsibility for any errors, omissions, or misleading statements that the toolkit or the materials it refers to may contain.
The impact of any youth employment intervention depends on the context and quality of implementation, and if you use the Youth Employment Toolkit as the basis for an intervention you should consider carefully how best to implement it in your particular circumstances. You should also check that you are using the most up-to-date version of the Toolkit, as it will be updated on an ongoing basis as new information becomes available. As a consequence, Youth Futures Foundation does not accept responsibility for the outcomes or impacts of interventions planned using information from the Youth Employment Toolkit.