The Five Cs of Positive Youth Development, comprising Competence, Confidence, Connection, Caring and Character, leading to a sixth C of contribution, is a well-known and well-researched PYD model
Positive view of one’s actions in domain specific areas including social, academic, cognitive and vocational.
An internal sense of overall positive self-worth and self-efficacy; one’s global self-regard, as opposed to domain specific beliefs.
Positive bonds with people and institutions that are reflected in bidirectional exchanges between the individual and peers, family, school and community in which both parties contribute to the relationship.
A sense of sympathy and empathy for others.
Respect for societal and cultural rules, possession of standards for correct behavior, a sense of right and wrong (morality) and integrity