If you’re just beginning to dream of a bright future, the road ahead can seem tough. Where do you start? Where do you go to get help? How do you make decisions that are the right for you?
Heartland Workforce Solutions offers programs that can help you determine the educational and/or employment goals that can make your dreams a reality.
If you think your dreams are on hold because of certain roadblocks (low income family, homeless, runaway, or foster child, school drop out, pregnant or parenting, need basic literacy skills, disability or an offender) then check out the Partnership for Youth Development and The Job Corps.
The Partnership for Youth Development can help you realize your education and training goals, identify a career path, sharpen your job skills and attain a satisfying career. They’ll assist you with:
The Job Corps is a free education and training program that’s a lot like going away to college, to learn job skills colleges don’t offer. If you don’t have one, the Job Corps will help you earn your high school diploma. Then you can choose from a variety of career possibilities:
The Job Corp and Partnership for Youth are offered to you FREE if you are an eligible resident of Douglas, Sarpy or Washington counties. Prepare for a career, find and keep a good job and succeed in life.
If you are between the ages of 14 and 24, out of school, or in school within 18 months of graduation, find out if you’re eligible by calling or emailing for an interview.
If you are 16 to 24 years of age, a high school graduate or a student who wants to complete a high school diploma, a legal resident of Douglas, Sarpy or Washington County, meet the program requirements and are serious about wanting a career, you could be eligible.
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