You already know you’re making a difference — now see how.
Know where you youth stand on key social and emotional learning capacities as they enter your program
Incorporate the most appropriate learning experiences and best practices specific to each group of youth
Our virtual classroom and wrap-around services help make learning and improvement part of your culture
Trustworthy, data-backed findings are easy to share internally and with your key stakeholders
Get set up in a few simple steps. Surveys are sent to you right when you need them. They’re youth-friendly and ready to print or take online.
To better understand your unique youth, we apply algorithms informed by expert research and thousands who are already in the system.
Reports are always at your fingertips. Gain insight on youth before a program begins and reflect on accomplishments right as the program ends.
Our community offers year-round learning opportunities to put cutting-edge research into daily practice, explore the impact we are having together on the youth development field, and celebrate our collective success.
We're with you along the way, offering webinars, in-person trainings, and relevant resources on how to use insights from the system to create a culture of continuous improvement.
Each year we gather to explore collective findings on social and emotional learning and celebrate the success of organizations using our system to make outstanding gains with youth.
In partnership with the Superstar Foundation, we award exceptional youth practitioners who use data and insights from the system to increase youth outcomes.
Thank you for using data-driven insights to improve your programs and elevate your work with youth.
The Youth Development Impact Learning System has been used in 30 states by over 260 programs and 10,000 youth.
The Youth Development Impact Learning System measures and reports on six social and emotional learning capacities. These outcomes have been proven to contribute to longer-term gains such as thriving, decreased risk-taking behaviors, and increased academics. If you are moving the needle on these social-emotional outcomes, you can feel confident that your program is contributing to young people’s long-term success.
A youth’s ability to make choices, take positive risks and persist through life’s challenges.
A youth’s capacity to give energy and time to help their family, community and society.
A youth’s motivation and confidence in their academic performance.
A youth’s ability to take others’ perspectives into consideration, as well as express caring and empathy.
A youth’s internal sense of positive self-worth and self-efficacy as they explore who they are.
A youth’s positive bonds with people who can provide advice, counsel and access to what they need to succeed.