Unanswered questions about this little-explored linkage between youth employment programs and pregnancy prevention remain, including questions about the extent of such linkages, the impact of unplanned pregnancy and parenting on youth employment programs, and the opinions of program staff about linkages between the two systems. In order to obtain some preliminary answers to these questions, CLASP surveyed youth employment programs around the country, analyzed data from almost 150 local programs (out of about 500 that received our survey), interviewed national program officials and youth employment experts, interviewed staff of selected local programs that are already making the link, and reviewed the youth employment evaluation literature. To our knowledge, this survey is the first attempt to gather program-level information about the intersection between youth employment and reproductive health and the most detailed summary of the youth employment literature as it relates to pregnancy and childbearing. In general, the data we provide should be taken not as a complete picture of what is going on in the field but as an indication about what is happening and what questions should be asked by further research. It is our hope that this report will spark a dialogue between practitioners in these two fields and the additional research necessary to address the many questions that are as yet unanswered.