Thursday, June 16, 2016

Summer time is here- Do you know someone who is between 16 & 24 yrs old and needs something to do?

Nancy Dischinat, Executive Director, Lehigh Valley Workforce Development Board, inc.

The Lehigh Valley Workforce Investment Board Youth Development program is overseen by the Lehigh Valley Workforce Development Board and its Youth Council. In general, the youth programs are designed to offer the neediest youth with opportunities to successfully transition to adult roles and responsibilities. The emphasis has been on teaching academic and employability skills to youth who might otherwise not have an opportunity to succeed academically or vocationally. The youth service providers work with various agencies to recruit the neediest youth who may be out-of-school, homeless, aging out of foster care, offenders, disabled, and other at-risk youth. The Youth Workforce Development Council has a proactive vision of creating a seamless system that ensures all youth transition successfully from school to advanced training to work. Click here for more information on the Youth Workforce Development Board.
A variety of services are available to prepare Young Adults for the world of work. We can assist you if you are seeking skill training or post high school education, or planning a job search and need help matching your skills and qualifications. PA CareerLink® Lehigh Valley can assist you in achieving your employment and educational goals as well as connecting you to services in the community.

PA CareerLink® Lehigh Valley's youth program offers a variety of summer jobs and year-round programs that prepare Young Adults, who are still in school and are between the ages of 16 through 21, for their future and the world of work. Services for qualified youth include work experience, career exploration, mentoring, and academic enrichment to help you gain the skills and information needed for your future.
Work, training, career connections and more are available right now for young adults 16-24 years of age!

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