WIOA Youth Program

As a young job-seeker, what's in it for me?

  • Adult Mentoring
  • Counseling Services
  • Individualized Career Planning and Labor Market Information
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship Skills
  • Introduction to Financial Literacy
  • Occupational Skills Training for short-term, in-demand occupations
  • Paid Work Experiences
  • Referral to Adult Education and GED Preparation
  • Supportive Services
  • Tutoring and Study Skills
  • Up to one year of follow-up services
  • Work Readiness and other Leadership Development Opportunities


 Who can join?

 Out-of-school youth ages 16-24, who meet income requirements, are eligible to work in the U.S., are not attending school,
and have one of the   following barriers:

  • A documented Disability
  •  English language learners
  • High-School Dropouts
  • Homeless
  • In a foster care facility or aged out of foster care
  • Pregnant or Parenting
  • Those subjected to any stage of the judicial process (IE: have been arrested, or are on probation)

*All males 18 and above must be registered for Selective Service to be eligible for any federal aid program.


Young job-seekers with an interest in furthering their education and employment goals can start the process by using the 

 Online Job-Seeker Referral Form

Connect with the Youth Program on  
Youth Recruitment Flyer