LinksPage address: https://www.mnsu.edu/activities/jumpstart/links.html
The following links can be used by parents and corps members as a resource for child education.
- America's Promise: America's Promise is dedicated to bringing five Fundamental Resources to at-risk children who need them. Find out more on their Web site.
- National Education Association: The NEA provides resources and research into many educational issues.
- ETR Associates: A plethora of education, training and research resources for non-profits.
- National Youth Development Information Center: A web site devoted to sharing information regarding Youth Development and Youth Related issues & information.
- National Youth Leadership Council: Our mission is to build vital, just communities with young people through service-learning . As one of America's most prominent advocates of service-learning and national service, NYLC is at the forefront of efforts to reform education and guide youth-oriented public policy.
- Search Institute: The Search Institute is a clearinghouse of resources for youth asset building. Search Institute's vision is a world where all young people are valued and thrive. Search Institute's mission is to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities.
- The Points of Light Foundation: The POLF wants to engage more people in active volunteer service. Site includes information on how to get involved, awards programs, and training.
- Youth Service America: A resource center and alliance of 200+ organizations committed to increasing the quantity and quality of opportunities for young Americans to serve locally, nationally and globally.
- The Mentoring Partnership: The Twin Cities One to One/The Mentoring Partnership serves as a catlyst to bring more mentoring to more young people.
- Minnesota Alliance with Youth: The Minnesota Alliance with Youth is a statewide alliance of communities, non-profits, businesses, faith communities, families and young people. The Alliance is dedicated to improving youth access to the five Promises of the President's Summit for America's Future: Mentor, Protect, Nurture, Teach/Learn, and Serve.