BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR A STRONG WORKFORCE
We believe in ensuring our workforce stays strong for years to come, begins with a solid foundation at a young age. We aim to help youth become valuable and self-reliant members of the community by offering skills training, as well as job search and placement services. Our team will provide tools to help youth stay competitive in the workforce and the insight and confidence they need to impress potential employers.
WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?
Our Career Center team will provide tools to help you stay competitive in the workforce and the insight and confidence you need to impress potential employers. See below for a list of some of the services available to you.
- Develop educational plan and provide case management
- Employment and career counseling
- High School Equivalency Test (formerly called the GED)
- Textbooks and workbooks
- Paid testing fees (HiSet/GED test and retest, and FAFSA ), and other support services
- Young Parents Program ages 16-24, for out of school youth referred by the Department of Transitional Assistance
- Paid and unpaid internships, work experiences, or volunteer opportunities
- Summer and year-round employment opportunities
- Aptitude and interest surveys and assessments
- Work Readiness training
- Job fairs and local job listings, including our newly updated Virtual Job Fair for Youth