LA Conservation Corps provides at-risk young adults and school-aged youth with opportunities for success through job skills training, education and work experience with an emphasis on conservation and service projects that benefit the community.
AYE programs provide a comprehensive range of employment services for at-risk youth, including: classroom training; paid internships; mentoring; workforce preparation; support services; job placement; occupational training; career planning; work-based learning.
AYE programs provide a comprehensive range of employment services for at-risk youth including: classroom training, paid internships, mentoring, workforce preparation, support services, job placement, occupational training, career planning, and work-based learning.
SSG operates more than 25 divisions and programs across Southern California and in San Francisco that provide linguistically and culturally competent services to address the social, health, behavioral health and economic needs of our richly diverse multi-ethnic communities. Click here to view more programs.
John Muir Charter School is a statewide WASC accredited high school diploma program that serves youth 16-24 that have been pushed out of the traditional education system. We offer a rigorous academic program with full-time accredited teachers and academic tutors in tandem with career and college readiness programs at our school sites.
Operation Emancipation is RightWay Foundation’s revolutionary, flagship employment and life-preparedness program for foster youth transitioning to adulthood. It is a 6-part initiative to help current and emancipated foster youth gain financial independence and make a safe, comfortable transition into self-sufficiency when they exit the foster care system. It is revolutionary in the way in which it couples mental health services with job readiness and financial literacy training, and in the inspirational leadership of its facilitators.
Eligible individuals receive in-depth assessment and job preparation workshops, which prepare them for classroom or the employers site, at public or private vocational schools, colleges or universities found at www.i-train.org. Services for eligible youth, 14 - 24 years of age include pre-employment training, work experience and internships, career preparation, occupational skills training, academic enrichment and job placement assistance.
We enroll new students age 16-24 every 5-8 weeks. Our high school program is located on campus at LA Trade Technical College. All incoming students co-enroll at the College, so our students have access to College courses plus the College library, computer lab, and many other resources. At CRCD Academy, we focus on project-based learning and we offer an expedited path to earn an accredited high school diploma with the YouthBuild Charter School of CA.
This program gives young people a chance to earn a high school diploma, get training from CRCD Enterprises, and earn a credential in the field of construction. Youth also learn leadership skills, and give back to the community through service projects such as neighborhood beautification. CRCD provides coaching, advocacy, support services such as bus tokens, career placement assistance, & follow-up services.We can also help you find a job, whether it’s part-time while going to school, full-time, or a summer job.