Access tutoring, strengthen your study skills, and get the help you need to stay in school, earn your diploma or equivalent, and continue your education and/or training after high school.
If you’ve struggled with traditional high school or have dropped out, find help getting back on track with alternative school options or high school equivalency programs.
Connect to summer and seasonal jobs, pre-apprenticeship programs, internships, job shadowing, and paid on-the-job training opportunities to gain the experience, skills, and qualities employers look for.
Get on the path to a recognized credential in a field with high demand, through occupational training programs that build job-related skills for a specific vocation.
While you’re receiving hands-on training for a specific job, access a range of educational and workforce services to help you prepare for a rewarding career with a bright future.
Explore a range of opportunities to strengthen your leadership qualities, confidence, employability, and independence, including community service and peer-centered activities.
Find resources to overcome challenges, including assistance with transportation, childcare, housing, legal aid services, healthcare referrals, help with educational and training-related costs, work attire, and more.
Connect with an adult mentor to serve as an extra guide, role model, and support system as you complete your program and work toward your goals.
Work one-on-one with a counselor who guides you along every step of your journey, and who’s available to connect you to additional resources you may need.
Your dedicated youth case management will follow up with you after you’ve completed your program to make sure you’re staying on track toward your goals, and address any challenges that may come up.
Learn how to create a budget, set up a checking and savings account, manage your spending, build your credit, and protect against identity theft.
Explore job opportunities and career pathways in high-demand industry sectors in your local area with guided career counseling.
Prepare for a smooth transition to college or vocational school once you’ve earned your high school diploma or equivalent.