We help you start your career by building on your strengths and understanding your goals.
If you are struggling in school, or have dropped out of school, committed a crime, or have a disability, we can help you find a way to succeed.
We can help you figure out a career path, provide you mentoring opportunities, or offer you ways to help you live independently.
How We Can Help
- By focusing your interests and skills into a career plan. This plan will help you seek the right training and gain the right skills and experience.
- Mentoring opportunities You can be matched to someone who you can talk with, ask questions of, and find out how they dealt with problems.
- Career fairs/days at your school or in your neighborhood and Career Centers that for job searches, classes in career planning, and summer employment.
- Service learning, internships and volunteer opportunities with businesses and nonprofits.
- Job shadowing and Hands-on training to learn about potential occupations and meet career professionals.
- Job training for retail sales, technology, refurbishing computers, and green jobs, such as recycling and electronic recycling.
- High school completion or assistance getting your General Educational Development (GED) diploma.
- Daily living skills to help you figure out how to live independently.
- Financial education to develop or refine your money management skills.