Youth & Young Adult Employment
Youth & Young Adult Employment programming assists young adults in Erie, Ottawa and Sandusky counties with educational and occupational training, case management and supportive services. Other services may include mentoring, leadership courses and other needs.
Get started with Ready to Work
GLCAP Ready to Work Youth employment programming assists youth and young adults with educational and occupational training, case management and supportive services. Other services may include mentoring, leadership courses and other needs.
The Ready to Work program can help with:
• Earning your high school diploma or GED.
• Developing leadership ability, finance management, and other life skills
• Connecting you to job placements, internships, and other opportunities.
• Much more
Download one of our Ready to Work brochures to learn more:
Forms can be filled out and returned to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ready to Work Youth program is available for those ages 14-24 in Erie and Sandusky County, and ages 16-24 in Ottawa County.
Programs assist youth and young adults who are identified as having barriers to employment. We assist those who:
- Are pregnant or a young parent
- Have dropped out of high school
- Are a current or former foster child
- Are involved with the court system
- Are homeless
- Have a disability
- Are low-income
Katelynn Barnhart cuts the ribbon in front of her own business, Beauty Body & Beyond, on June 1. Less than two years ago, she came to Great Lakes Community Action Partnership (GLCAP) seeking guidance for her career. With her difficult upbringing, Katelynn knew she wanted to make a change for her future and the Ready to Work Youth Program was there to help her achieve her dreams.Job Training and Placement
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