82 JUNE 2022 | THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT A great place to start is the Foreign Service Youth Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to supporting children of U.S. Foreign Ser- vice employees. FSYF offers a variety of programs, contests and resources for members worldwide. For families serving domesti- cally, re-entry workshops for middle and high school students are provided to help your children meet other FS kids in the area, plus other workshops and regular family events. For parents, GCLO’s “Bouncing Back: Transition and Re-entry Planning for the Parents of Foreign Service Youth” was written to offer parents guidance on how to help their children transition to the U.S. This publication—the revised version of “According to My Passport, I’m Coming Home,” first published in 1998—includes research and resources from professionals in the field of youth mobility and was written by adults and children who experienced the Foreign Service lifestyle firsthand. In creating “Bouncing Back,” GCLO’s Education and Youth team incorporated excerpts from the original publica- tion, updated the content and focused on how parents can help their Foreign Service child make a smooth and healthy transition back to the U.S. Included are resources and guidance on talking with school personnel, a school enrollment checklist, and healthy coping strategies. To ensure that children are active participants in their transition back to the U.S., there are resources specifically To ensure that children are active participants in their transition back to the U.S., there are resources specifically designed for them.