In Case You Missed It: Y.O.U. Resources Featured on WKYC News
Y.O.U.'s Day One program and the Young Adult Resource Center were recently featured on 'Possible U.' 'Possible U' is a partnership between The Cleveland Foundation and WKYC News profiling organizations providing workforce opportunities to Northeast Ohio residents.
Day One is designed for young adults 17-24 who have graduated high school, are not enrolled in college, and are under- or unemployed.
Participants receive credential training and enter a career pathway with a paid internship.
Current career pathways include commercial driver, computer technician, hospital nursing assistant, phlebotomy technician and water treatment plant operator.
Click here to watch the WKYC segment on Day One.
The Young Adult Resource Center (YRC) is a downtown drop-in center for 14-24 year-olds in need of employment, career planning assistance, case management and supportive services.
Operated on behalf of Ohio Means Jobs – Cleveland-Cuyahoga County in collaboration with Towards Employment, young adults are connected to a vast array of services including job readiness training and credentialing programs.
To learn more about the YRC click
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to watch the WKYC segment on YRC and manufacturing jobs in NEO.