WE ASSIST JOB SEEKERS THROUGH THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS
Career Pathways Program
This program is designed to assist unemployed and underemployed youth and adult Job seekers in the attainment of:
- social skills,
- education, and
- job skills to increase their participation and retention in the workforce.
Through our robust assessment tools, our workforce development team is able to recommend to participants training required for proficiency in the “best matched” careers and occupations in the in-demand industries such as: construction, technology, healthcare, manufacturing, food services, etc.
Suits for Hire Mentoring Program
This program provides mentoring services for urban youth ages 17 to 24 and adults ages 18 and above that are particularly vulnerable to disengagement from school, community, and the world of work. This program serves approximately 250 individuals each year.
Program participants are provided with:
- professional dress attire for workplace,
- one-one-one, group, and/or service based mentoring
- navigational and life skills
- community reintegration strategies
- family support and unification services
- academic and social enrichment workshops,
- restorative justice and
- community service projects.
Our Adult Re-entry Program offers workforce development and training services for 36-months to 120 previously incarcerated individuals so that they can successfully re-enter the labor market. This program takes a “skills-based” training approach tailored to the needs of employers and clients, supporting individuals through the attainment of industry-recognized credentials, graduate equivalency diploma, and the pursuit of higher education.
Additionally, this program provides participants with support services up to six months prior to their release from a work-release program, during their entire Adult Re-Entry engagement, and up to 9 months of post-program follow-up.
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