International Youth Organization
Newark, NJ 07103, US
Energy Storage & Transport Power
The International Youth Organization (IYO) is one of the leading, multi-service, community-based, non-profit agencies serving disadvantaged youth and their families in Newark, New Jersey and surrounding communities, since 1970. IYO is Essex County’s largest private service provider for youth and young adults, ages 16 to 25, who are out of school, out of work and without a high school diploma [Is this still true? If not, how can this sentence be modified?], and it has administered programs, such as the State’s New Jersey Youth Corps, for this population with years of satisfactory results. IYO is a charter member of the Essex County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) and has a long history of collaborations with social/human services agencies on the local, state and national levels. IYO promotes the positive growth and development of youth and their families through structured recreation, academic tutoring, computer training, counseling, adult basic education, employability / life skills, environmental activities and training and community service. IYO is regarded as a beacon of hope and “last chance” for many who seek help.
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to walk thru and inspect the interior and exterior of the dwelling,including all entrances and egressesd such as windows and doors.
The data collected will be to measure the amount of energy used and to determine where energy is used most and wasted the most. Data is collected mostly for reviewing utility bills, analyzing fixtures and appliances, and interviewing ocupants.
Managing Director Operating Officer
I Elliott Garland who grew up right here in Newark became interested in save younger youth when I became a senior in High school due to the fact that I was into sports and that someone cared about me. So I been a Volunteer Basketball Coach at South 17th Street helping the younger youth in my community beleve that a education is the most important and it will lead the sports.