Teens & Young Adults

Y.O.U. programs work to ensure every young person is ready to pursue a path to economic self-sufficiency through mentoring, workforce preparation, career exploration, and work experiences that lead to that important first job and post-secondary education or training success.


Community-Based Workforce Programs

Programs focus on preparation and placement of youth in paid work experiences, summer jobs, and internships. Youth develop skills necessary to be successful employees and most programs provide opportunities for teens and young adults to reflect on how their experiences inform career planning.

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School-based Workforce Programs

In-school and afterschool programs provide one-on-one career coaching and training classes that teach employment skills combined with an emphasis on social and emotional development. Youth have access to job placement and internship opportunities and receive one year of follow-up after program completion.

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