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Young Adult Services

Young Adult Services

We have so many exciting, helpful resources & activities for 16 to 24 year olds in our region! To be in the Know, connect with us below:

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MY Career My Way:

My career My Way

Stories and tools to help you find your unique path:
Roadtrip Nation

Explore good-paying and meaningful careers in growing local industries:
Jobs Y'all

Your Career Starts HERE!

Your Career Starts Here!

Will you be able to afford the lifestyle you want?





Hot Careers in Our Region

5.3% Regional Unemployment Rate
+45,500 jobs
Industries Monthly Change
Up 4.75% Workforce Solutions Index (WSI)
Up 4.75% Workforce Solutions Index (WSI)

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Want to develop your job skills?

Skill Trainin

Want to learn:

  • Creating a resume
  • Completing applications
  • Interview Prep

Register for an upcoming workshop.

Scholarships, Financial Aid and Tutoring Assistance

Apprenticeships Our staff can help you:

  • Find funds for college
  • Assist with job skills training
  • Connect you to teachers and mentors to get you through school


The apprenticeship program serves employers and job seekers by training workers for well-paying jobs with promising futures. Apprentices are full-time, paid employees who earn while they learn.
To apply for an apprenticeship: APPRENTICESHIP.GOV.

Other Resources

Job Corps Training

Job CorpsJob corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young adults ages 16-24 who qualify as low income, Job Corps helps to build the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life. For more information about what Job Corps has to offer, please visit Job Corps. If you or someone you know is interested in joining Job Corps contact your local Admissions Counselor at (713) 880-2454.