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Youth clubs strengthen kids' self image to keep them out of trouble
Date:6/10/2010

ng to choose?" she asked. "Engagement techniques are key to helping children join these educational programs and stick with them."

Employee retention is another critical issue. When children get to bond with an adult whom they see regularly, they build a stronger affinity for the club. That in turn leads to positive changes in their lives.

"Strong relationships are built over time," Anderson-Butcher said. "It takes time for the children to develop an attachment for the club -- to feel committed to it, like they have ownership of it. And with that commitment comes the adoption of norms and positive behaviors."


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Contact: Dawn Anderson-Butcher
Anderson-butcher.1@osu.edu
614-292-8596
Ohio State University
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