Features by Sayre Quevedo

A GPS ankle monitor strapped to 17-year-old Elisa Morris-Jackson relays her exact location to juvenile probation officers.

Double Charged: Teens on house arrest on GPS

GPS monitors are cheaper than juvenile detention, but they come with other costs.
Posted In: Youth Radio, GPS monitoring, Juvenile

For youth, some truly odd jobs at DNC

Youth Radio sets out to find some of the highest- and lowest-paying gigs for young people at the Democratic National Convention.
Posted In: DNC, Youth Radio

Young workers seek new paths to jobs

With the youth unemployment rate at double the national average, many young workers are finding that the path they thought would lead to a career -- go to college, work hard, land a job -- may not be for them.
Posted In: workers, youth, Youth Radio

Program gives youth a boost in business world

A program called Year Up provides classroom training and internships to high school graduates or those with a GED who otherwise have a hard time breaking into the world of high-tech.
Posted In: Youth Radio, Tech, Jobs
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