Are you 16-21 years old?
Are you out of school?
Looking to make a positive change in your life?
If the answer is yes, please read further.
Have you ever asked these questions?
What do I want to be when I grow up?
What careers are in demand?
Where can I find training to develop skills for some of these in demand careers?
I didn’t graduate from high school but would like to further my education. Where can I start?
I have very little or no work history. How can I get some work experience?
Where can I get training to help me become more job-ready?
If you have asked any of these questions, we would be happy to assist you in finding some answers.
Seneca County Workforce Development & Youth Bureau offers a program to assist youth/young adults in preparing for the world of work. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive workforce preparation program that meets the participant’s needs in reaching desired short-term and long-term goals, both educational and employment related.
Some of the services offered through this program are:
Assessment of Skills, Interests, and Abilities Career Exploration & Guidance
Job Readiness Training Work Experience Opportunities
Referrals to Appropriate Agencies Developing Leadership Skills
For more information on eligibility requirements and program specifics please contact Deborah McGrimley, Youth Coordinator, at 315-539-1901 or firstname.lastname@example.org.