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We are hired by all kinds of organizations, large and small.

Clients come to us from the Philadelphia area and across the country and include organizations that focus on youth leadership, STEM, arts and culture, while others focus on food justice or workforce development. Some projects last just a couple of days, others last a couple of years.

Organizations hire Fab Youth Philly to:

  • Align their programming with their vision, to meet grant deliverables and carry out their mission statement

  • Assess and improve program quality

  • Establish and facilitate Professional Learning Communities (PLC)

  • Model for, coach and assist program staff in creating high quality programs and experiences for youth

  • Help shift organizational culture by enhancing or establishing structures for on-going professional development

  • Create curricular materials and train staff how to use them effectively

  • Develop and facilitate retreats

  • Design and coordinate small to mid-size conferences

"Rebecca always

prioritized the beneficiaries of the programs over the just meeting the deliverables."

- Melissa J. Kim, LISC

Meet Our Clients

  • 5th Street Community Development Corporation

  • Action for Early Learning

  • Asian Arts Initiative

  • Bell eXcel

  • Center for Literacy

  • Choice Neighborhoods

  • City of Philadelphia

  • City Year

  • Concilio

  • Congreso

  • Covenant House, NYC

  • Defender Association

  • DHS: Out-of-School Time

  • ENPYSC

  • Every Hour Counts

  • Federation of Neighborhood Settlements

  • Gear Up

  • Graduation Coach Campaign

  • IMPACT Services, Inc.

  • JEVS

  • Kicks USA

  • Love Heals

  • Lenfest Center

  • Liberty City

  • Lift

  • LISC

  • Men In Motion in the Community (MIMIC)

  • MightyWriters

  • National Institute on Out of School Time (NIOST)

  • National Urban League

  • Neighborhood Bikeworks

  • Norris Square Neighborhood Project

  • Our Family Services

  • Partnership for After School Education (PASE)

  • Philadelphia Youth Network

  • Philadelphia Parks & Recreation

  • PHMC: The Bridge

  • Playworks

  • PowerCorps PHL

  • Seybert Foundation

  • Taller Puertorriqueño

  • The Lighthouse

  • The Village of Arts & Humanities

  • Triskeles

  • United Way: Center for Youth Development

  • Urban Technology Project

  • US Dream Academy

  • West Philadelphia Promise Neighborhood

  • Wooden Boat Factory

  • Workforce Professionals Training Institute (WPTI)

  • YouthBuild

"...one of the biggest values that working with Rebecca has had was to to help me recognize common non-profit traps like trying to solve a complex issue with a training or series of trainings in the next six months. Instead, Rebecca has helped me think in ways that re-frame urgency and timelines that both moves quickly to address issues but does so without hurrying through more effective process and the holds the understanding that the solution will come in phases over time with continued intention, effort, and thoughtful process."

-Julia Hillengas, PowerCorps PHL

"I learned more about youth development core competencies during these PLCs than any other professional development during my career. The presentation of material and facilitation techniques are practices I still use today." -Kevin Oberst, YMCA

"[The white paper] FYP helped us develop has helped to inform new standards and practices in regards to our work with other organizations, which we are now working on formalizing throughout our organization."

-Ricky Strickler, YouthBuild Philadelphia

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