Teens & Young Adults
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WIOA Youth Services

For teens and young adults ages 14-24

 

There are many challenges facing young adults that can make completion of high school or securing a job difficult.  For many, it's hard to see what the role of education is and how it relates to the jobs they will need to support themselves.  Young adults also often lack the skills they need to secure or keep employment.  Through a variety of services offered under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, youth can gain valuable skills that will give them the promise of a bright future.

 

Sample of services offered:

Graduate Recovery / Jobs for Ohio's Graduates (JOG)

Designed for youth ages 14-21, JOG is a school-to-career transition program that helps at-risk youth obtain a high school diploma, even if they have not been successful in the traditional classroom setting.

Interested?  Contact Dee McGrew at 740-548-0708 x3239 or via email at McGrewD@DelawareAreaCC.org.

 

Summer Works Youth Employment Program

For young adults ages 16-24 who meet income eligibility guidelines and have a minor child in the household, the Summer Works program provides a paid internship, which helps youth learn new job skills as well as the opportunity to earn an income.

Applications for the program are accepted in May.

 

Occupational Skills Training

Are you interested in earning a post-secondary certificate or degree but don't have the funds to pay for school?  You may be eligible for an Individual Training Account through WIOA.

For more information, click here.

 

Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling

Thinking about college?  Not sure what to do after high school? Are you looking for a more satisfying and rewarding career path but don't know how to reach your goals?  Do you need help finding a job?  Contact your Youth Services Counselor for assistance with these matters and more!

 


 

 

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