WIOA Youth Program

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What's in it for you:

  • A host of resources from Roadtrip Nation
  • Adult Mentoring
  • Counseling Services
  • Individualized Career Planning and Labor Market Information
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship Skills
  • Introduction to Financial Literacy
  • Occupational Skills Training for short-term, in-demand occupations
  • Paid Work Experiences
  • Referral to Adult Education and GED Preparation
  • Supportive Services (Bus Passes, fuel reimbursement, childcare, & more)
  • Tutoring and Study Skills
  • Up to one year of follow-up services
  • Work Readiness and other Leadership Development Opportunities


  Who Can Join:

  Out-of-school youth, aged 16-24, who are eligible to work in the U.S. and have at least one of the following barriers to employment and/or training:

  • Documented Disability
  • High School Dropout
  • Homeless and/or Runaway
  • Pregnant and/or Parenting
  • In Foster Care or Aged Out of Foster Care
  • Offender (involved in the justice system)
  • Basic Skills Deficient or English Language Learner *

   * Must meet income requirements  
   ** Individuals born male, 18 and older, must be registered for Selective Service to be eligible for any federal aid program




Young adults with an interest in furthering their education and employment goals can start the process by using the 
Online Job-Seeker Referral Form