On the job with 2016 Summer Youth Employment Participants
Workforce Alliance provides South Central CT youth and young adults with career exploration and guidance, support for educational attainment, on-the-job training, and credentials for in-demand industries and occupations.
Our popular Summer Youth Employment Program helps over 1,000 South Central CT youth and young adults every year. Learn More...
Now Enrolling: Youth Employment Success - Y.E.S.!
Career Pathway Exploration * Paid Work Experience * On-the-Job Training * Occupational Training * Employment Opportunities
Monthly Orientations at the New Haven American Job Center for Ages 18-24 living in South Central CT.
To Sign Up & Get More Information:
Juan Fontanez (203) 624-1493 x 238
Kaliuha Spears (203) 624-1493 x228
Frequently Asked Questions:
What Programs are available?
Workforce Alliance funds programs directly within schools up to 12th grade (In-School) and for young adults who are no longer enrolled (Out of
School). Both include include classroom and hands-on instruction and may result in an industry credential or employment. They also include:
(1) Financial Literacy
(2) Entrepreneurial skills training
(3) Labor market and employment information in the local area
(4) Help transitioning to post-secondary education and training; (5) Education with workforce preparation activities and training for a specific
occupation or industry.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS?
providing the program. Eligibility criteria is outlined below under More FAQs and will be verified by Workforce Alliance staff. For questions on
eligibility, contact Juan Fontanez at (203) 624-1493 x 238 or email@example.com.
Each year, Workforce Alliance and its partners in South Central CT provide paid work experience over summer vacation. Click on Summer Youth
Employment to see our list of participating towns and organizations.
WHAT OTHER OPTIONS ARE THERE?
Workforce Alliance offers 17-29-year-olds training and support services to work the Information Technology field.
Eligible applicants must be permanent US residents, living in Connecticut, age 17-29, and out of high school. Those who are unemployed or
underemployed working part-time, outside your chosen field or below your education level are encouraged to participate. Transportation
Featured Partner: YouthBuild, New Haven
EMERGE YouthBuild is a USDOL funded pre-apprenticeship program offering crew members the opportunity to earn a weekly performance-based
stipend while working towards attaining five construction credentials and a high school diploma. YouthBuild is actively recruiting for its 2017 spring
class and encourages New Haven residents ages 17-24 who are disconnected from school or employment to apply. For more information or to
apply, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (203) 535-0940.
Looking to Partner?
Looking to partner on Youth programs, host a town-based program, or provide summer or year-round employment? Contact John Brancato at
(203) 867-4030 x 237 or email@example.com.
See the South Central CT leaders and partners who help guide our efforts and priorities.
Featured Resource: Get My Future
A mobile-friendly resource for career, training and job search resources for young adults from the U.S. Department of Labor.
1) Attending School; and
2) Age 14-21 years old; and
3) Within federally-mandated income guidelines; and
4) Demonstrates at least one of the following:
Basic skills deficient; English language learner; an ex-offender; homeless, runaway, in foster care or aged out of the foster care system; pregnant or
parenting; an individual with a disability; person who requires additional assistance to enter or complete an educational program or to secure and
1) Not attending any school; and
2) Age 16-24 years old; and
3) Demonstrates at least one of the following:
School dropout; within age of compulsory attendance but has not attended for at least the most recent complete school year calendar quarter;
holds a secondary school diploma or recognized equivalent and is low-income and is basic skills deficient or an English language learner; subject to
the juvenile or adult justice system; homeless, runaway, in foster care or aged out of the foster care system, eligible for assistance under Section
477 of the Social Security Act, or in out-of-home placement; pregnant or parenting; an individual with a disability; low income person who requires
additional assistance to enter or complete an educational program or to secure and hold employment.