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Children and chemistryThe Westchester County Youth Bureau provides financial support, monitors and supports nonprofit agencies and organizations that provide programs and services to youth. The goal is to promote positive youth development and to encourage healthy lifestyles.

Our success relies on the delivery of our services in a supportive environment that encourages professional staff development and promotes shared leadership, teamwork and individual responsibility.

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Dr. Iris Pagan, Executive Director
Dr. Pagan is committed to providing quality programs for Westchester's youth. Read her message about the bureau's youth-directed programs.

2017 Milly Kibrick Nominations Submissions Deadline Extended to June 9
Up to 10 students may receive a 2017 Milly Kibrick Award and be honored at a special dinner in October 2017. The nominated students should be examples of the positive community work and global reach by young people throughout Westchester. Get more information and download the form. Read about the 2016 honorees.

2017 WISE Nominations Submissions Deadline Extended to June 9
It's time to submit nominations for the  Westchester Innovative School Educators Award. This award recognizes K-12 education professionals who have developed innovative solutions to challenges facing our youth through the educational system that serves them. Honorees will receive their award at a special dinner in October 2017. Get more information and download the form. Read about the 2016 honorees.