SECOND CHANCE – WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM:
Young Adult GED and Employment Training Program
Bridging the Gap for Our Young Adults
The young adult workforce development training program is geared toward youth ages 16- 24, who are out of school. The youth may also have graduated from high school or hold a GED and is seeking to enhance their basic skills, unemployed, or underemployed. This program will provide young adults with quality educational and employment opportunities.
The Young Adult Training program seeks to: increase employment retention, and earning potential of participants, increase occupational skill attainment, improve the quality of the workforce, reduce welfare dependency, and enhance the productivity and competitiveness of young adults. This program is designed to assist youth in obtaining a GED, high school diploma and/or occupational skills certificate to enter employment or post-secondary education; or to increase literacy for those who are basic skills deficient.
- Skills Training
- Occupational Education
- Leadership Development
- Financial Literacy
- Entrepreneurial Skills Training
- Paid/Unpaid Work Experience
- Secondary School Alternative
- Notice of in-demand Market
- Follow Up Services
- Healthy Living