IF YOU ARE BETWEEN 16 AND 24 YEARS OLD AND YOU ARE. . .
- low-income, at-risk youth
- under-prepared youth
- school dropout
- homeless, runaway, or foster child
- pregnant or parenting youth
- disabled and/or learning-disabled youth
- basic skills deficient
- an English language learner
- a youth who is an individual who requires additional assistance to complete an educational program or to secure or hold employment . . .
Let our Santee-Lynches Youth Providers help. We're part of the Santee-Lynches Workforce Development Board (WDB), and we provide special Youth Programs to low-income participants under Title 1 of the Workforce Inovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
That means we have people who care and the resources you need to get your future headed in a better direction. All you have to do to make it happen is take that first step.
With WIOA Youth Programs, You Can Have:
Free access and usage of South Carolina Ready to Work Assessments (WIN); earn a high school diploma; get your GED; prepare for college, military, or advanced training; gain work experience; find a good job; develop leadership capabilities; and learn social behaviors and skills that last a lifetime.
Tutoring, Study Skills Training, and instruction to help you complete secondary school. Participants can receive work experience, paid/unpaid or internships and job shadowing. Occupational Skills training, Leadership Development, Support Services, Adult Mentoring and Follow-up Services.
The WIOA Title-I financially assisted program is an equal opportunity employer/program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Speech and hearing impaired individuals may use the TTY Relay Service by dialing 711.
© Santee-Lynches Workforce Development Board. All rights reserved.