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Welcome to The Youthhood!

Hello! Hey, we're glad you made it. This site is a place for you, your friends, and other teens. It's a welcoming community for all youth and a place where all youth belong. We want you to be here. This is your place, your space.

Here you can start thinking about what you want to do with the rest of your life. This Web site was built to help you plan for the future. What will you do after high school? Will you work? Go to college? Live in a place of your own? By using this Web site, you can plan for your future right now!

Click here to learn more, or you can register now! If you're already registered, log in (see top right) and get active!

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Youthhood Poll

Graduating high school often means leaving home for college, work, or just plain old living on your own. It's one of the major milestones for growing up!

What are you most excited about for living on your own?

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  • Independence from parents/guardians
  • Getting a job
  • Going to college
  • Getting my own place to live
  • Being out of school
  • Nothing

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Last updated on March 6, 2013

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