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BMGF | GSSR - Youth Occupational Identity Formation Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Carina Wong
14:40
Feel free to put questions in the chat as they come up for you.
Emily Lockwood
30:32
Hi Ericka - appx 150. The national survey to validate + provide segmentation will be larger sample
Emily Lockwood
34:20
that will be data we get in the national survey - in addition to a demographic overlay. will be sure to share it with you.
Megan McCarthy
35:51
Hi Everyone! I just noticed that some questions have been asked, but these are only going to panelists. When you go to ask a question, please ensure it is going to all panelists and attendees - thank you!
Megan McCarthy
36:21
Here are the questions that have been asked, and Emily's responses:
ERICKA_PORTER6
36:21
How many students participated overall?
ERICKA_PORTER6
36:35
What percentage did the students fall into each the 5 pathway categories?
Megan McCarthy
36:59
Emily's response was: Hi Ericka - appx 150. The national survey to validate + provide segmentation will be larger sample
Megan McCarthy
37:10
that will be data we get in the national survey - in addition to a demographic overlay. will be sure to share it with you.
Emily Lockwood
38:40
thank you for catching that, Megan!
Stacy Miller
38:51
Did you find that responses were different within the same district but different schools?
Joshua Poyer
40:18
Were all the participants employed at some point?
Emily Lockwood
40:40
Hi Stacy - in some cases, yes. Students who were in CTE programs for example saw a strong connection between high school experiences + work, while most other participants did not.
Emily Lockwood
41:14
I'll also raise that question to Michaela + Amy at the end - they likely have additional context to add.
Emily Lockwood
41:49
Josh - it was not a screening criteria, but most seemed to either actively be working or had worked. But I'll ask them.
kentpekel
44:59
Were your questions that led to the finding that many young people said they lack relationships and support focused on adults who could support their progress toward careers or did you ask about their connection to adults in general? Our research finds about 20% of youth are really relationally disconnected and a larger percentage have adults in their lives but not what we would call a developmental relationship.
Emily Lockwood
46:49
I'll tee that question up for Michaela + Amy. Generally, the questions were framed around support to get to their larger goals in life, of which career was a part.
Emily Lockwood
48:33
Posting a question from the Q+A here so that everyone can see it: I find many of the findings are not emblematic of black/latino/diverse young adults, but rather of all young adults. What is the biggest delta between this target audience and their white peers according to your research? Thanks!
William Jackson
53:28
I don’t think I fully understand this issue of “disconnect between survey questions and experiences of young people.” Could you explain again what that disconnect is?
Stacy Miller
54:52
I may have missed this when you are speaking of the groups of students were any individual interviews conducted
William Jackson
59:45
Thanks very much for that explanation.
Joshua Poyer
59:50
Did students share awareness of systems of oppression? Did they ever raise issues of inequity or school segregation?
Emily Lockwood
01:02:03
@stacy - yes we conducted IDIs at the beginning of the process
Emily Lockwood
01:06:27
Hi everyone! Please add any final observations or thoughts on how you are thinking about this research in the context of your work. They are incredibly helpful inputs as we think about our next phase as work.