- Are you interested in finding your first job, trying or learning valuable workplace skills?
- Do you want to learn how to prepare for a career?
- Do you want your General Equivalency Diploma (GED) to pursue higher education, or get a better job?
- Do you need to learn about paying rent, balancing a checking account, or how to budget your money?
Our In-School (ISY) youth program for high school students offers assistance with mentoring, tutoring, leadership development, internships and summer employment. The program is available through invitation only due to federal legislation shifting the focus to services for out of school youth.
Our Out-of-School (OSY) youth program offers an array of services to young adults between the ages of 16-21. Services are designed to help prepare you prepare for the first time job by providing you with work readiness skills that include resume writing; how to fill out a job application; interviewing techniques; learning about the demand occupations; job placement assistance, or attaining a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) that open doors to employment and training opportunities.
Workforce professionals will guide you through the path to success providing opportunities to explore and learn and grow into a skilled and productive member of the workforce and your community.
To apply for services you must be a US citizen or resident authorized to work in the US; meet low-income guidelines; males 18-21 years of age must be registered with selective service and meet other applicable WIA eligibility criteria.
For additional information about the program, visit http://www.henkels.com/Training/Pages/YouthPrograms.aspx.