Y.O.U. community-based programs help more than 4,000 teens and young adults annually, preparing them for career pathways through summer and year-round jobs, internships, and industry-specific credential training. The programs are offered in collaboration with other local workforce development and health and human service organizations.
Y.O.U. school-based programs help hundreds of teens annually prepare for the workforce through classroom-based interventions focusing on career readiness, entrepreneurship training, and internships. These programs help teens graduate high school and pursue post-secondary success, teach youth how to create a business plan and prepare youth for an entry-level job.