KENNESAW, Ga. — More than 50 member organizations comprising the National Human Services Assembly’s National Collaboration for Youth will receive discounted subscriptions to online and print editions of Youth Today under a three-year marketing agreement signed in May.
Under the agreement, NCY’s nonprofit youth development member organizations, which collectively serve more than 40 million young people nationwide, will gain volume-discounted access to the only national publication covering issues and providing information pertaining to youth and those who work with them.
Youth Today, published by the Center for Sustainable Journalism at Kennesaw State University, daily releases the latest news headlines concerning youth and reports on the everyday challenges youth and youth workers face. The publication’s solution-oriented reporting also sheds light on groundbreaking research into topics such as after school programs, juvenile justice, adolescent health and nutrition, and job training initiatives.
Under the terms of the agreement, Youth Today will offer the volume discounted subscription rate for NCY members and affiliates of $35 per year with an additional $10 online access subscription for additional staff/volunteers at the same location as the initial subscription. Youth Today will also work with the NCY member organizations to assist in co-branding the discount offer so they can then market the offer to their own members.
Please visit http://youthtoday.org/subscribe/ for more detailed information on how to receive the significantly reduced negotiated partnership rate on your next subscription or renewal.