Human Relations Department
The organizations listed below provide resources for young people with Web sites geared to teens and younger children.
AFL-CIO Arcade — Games, crossword puzzles, “Just for Kids” and links to sites for youth. Children, teenagers, and adults can learn more about unions, issues important to working families, and corporate greed with these age-appropriate interactive activities.
Federal Emergency Management Agency — Where young people can learn about natural disasters and get homework help, featuring puzzles and games.
Homework Helpers Directory — An AFL-CIO directory of links to help members of working families.
How and Why People Join Unions — An AFL-CIO site.
Junior Achievement Worldwide — An organization that encourages hands-on experiences to help young people understand the economics of life.
Reading Is Fundamental is the nation’s largest nonprofit children’s literacy organization.
Special Olympics for Kids — The Special Olympics program provides year-round sports training and athletic competition to people with intellectual disabilities.
Department of Veterans Affairs — Where young people can learn about veterans affairs through fun facts, games, and activities.