Youth Services

Goodwill helps young people discover their strengths and connect with their economies through the following programs.

 

Programs available for youth:

  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Youth Program: youth with qualifying life circumstance, ages 16-24, benefit from a variety of services to prepare them for employment in in-demand occupations.
  • Services available for eligible Youth:
    • To improve educational achievement:
      • Tutoring, study skills and GED prep
      • Alternative secondary school services
    • To prepare for & succeed in employment:
      • Work readiness training
      • Summer employment opportunities linked to academic and occupational learning
      • Paid/unpaid work experiences
      • Occupational skills training
    • To develop potential as citizens and leaders:
      • Leadership development opportunities
    • To support participants:
      • Supportive services
      • Adult Mentoring
      • Comprehensive guidance and counseling
      • Follow-up services
  • TO ENROLL:

    • Download the WIOA Youth Enrollment Packet (CLICK HERE)

    • Review and complete the WIOA Youth Enrollment Packet and collect the applicable enrollment documents listed on page 1 and 2. PLEASE DO NOT SEND PERSONAL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION VIA EMAIL.

    • Email WIOAPD16@fredgoodwill.org to be connected to a staff member who will assist you in submitting your application.

      For more information on the WIOA Youth Program, please call or message Megan King.
      Phone: 540-419-2190
      Email: megan.king@fredgoodwill.org

       

  • The Groundwork Project

The Groundwork Project encourages leadership development, builds teamwork and establishes careers for young people through hands-on learning and experiential education at Verdun Adventure Bound’s beautiful 55-acre Outdoor Challenge Course in Culpeper County.

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