Day One

Career credentialing programming offers young adults, ages 18-24, short-term training tied to a career, industry-recognized credentials, and a paid work experience that will put them on a path to economic self-sufficiency.


The Day One program is designed for young adults 17-24 who have graduated high school or earned a GED, are not enrolled in college, and who are under- or unemployed. Young adults gain skills through intensive job readiness training, mock interviews, resume writing and financial literacy training.

Participants enter training to earn an industry-recognized credential and to receive an internship and job in their selected career pathway. Each young adult has a team of individuals who help them through the process, including a Case Manager and Employment Specialist.

Current career pathways include: Customer Service, Information Technology, Healthcare, Transportation, Food Service Professional, and Manufacturing.

To learn more about Day One and to apply to the program click here.

Ellantae El clears grates at the Bedford Wastewater Treatment Plant during his internship through Day One.