• Ages 18-24 and a resident of Oneida County
• Out of school (not attending HS or college) and have an additional barrier (See below)
• School dropout
• Youth who is within the age of compulsory school attendance, but hasn’t attended school for at least the most recent complete school year calendar quarter
• Individual who is subject to the juvenile or adult justice system
• Homeless Individual
• Foster Care; aged out of Foster Care
• Individual who is pregnant or parenting?
• Youth who is an individual with a disability
Participants can earn $12.50 per hour up to 200 hours (Weatherization, Facilities and/or Office Work). Assist with resume, work readiness, finance, budgeting and career interests.
Contact: Art Rapp, Special Projects Coordinator
We cannot fund or provide services to any male over the age of 18 who has not registered for selective service.
This program is 100 % funded by a US Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration of $100,000.