OhioMeansJobs Hancock County has opened a new resource room designed specifically for youth participants. This facility is designated solely for youth participants interested in Job Search.
WIA Youth Program
The Workforce Investment Act Youth program provides comprehensive services that emphasize the long-term development of youth ages 14-21. Participation in this program is voluntary and helps youth to become successful employees and members of the community. The program is multifaceted and youth are given the opportunity to learn to create and achieve their educational and occupational goals. Members may use any or all of the elements offered to complete their objectives. Eligibility is based on household income and barriers to completing basic education and barriers to employment.
Computer assisted Learning
Basic Skills Training
Alternative Secondary Schooling
Computer Resources and Library
Summer Employment Opportunities/Work Experience
Paid and Unpaid Work Experiences
Occupational Skills Training
Courses at local colleges or career centers
PET/Career Exploration Certificate Training
Exposure to post-secondary Education
Youth Senate Group
Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling
Referrals to Medical Services
Drug/Alcohol Abuse referrals
Financial Literacy classes
Help with transportation
Please call Ashley at 419-429-8045 at OhioMeansJobs Hancock County to see if this program may be right for you!
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