A Free Career Training Scholarship Opportunity

Program Overview:

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The Workforce Scholars Program (WSP) offers Career Training scholarships to youth ages 16-24 years old. Workforce Scholars provides career training certification in Computer Science, Healthcare, Automotive, Skilled Trades, Human & Professional Services, and Advanced Manufacturing. The scholarship opportunity also includes supportive services to students that meet the eligibility requirements. The supportive services include Educational Counseling, Employment Counseling, Employment Readiness Workshops, Personal and Career Assessments, Job Placement Assistance, and one year of follow-up support. Youth enrolled in the program may have a high school diploma, GED, or working towards a GED.

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Learning Objectives:

Once Scholars have completed the academic portion of the program, they are prepared and will be placed into related employment or apprenticeship opportunities as a benefit of their Technical training, Personal and Career Counseling, and Employer Engagement.

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  • Eligibility:

    • Youth who are ages 16-24 years old
    • Have a High school diploma or GED
    • Or Working towards a GED

  • Career Training:

    • Computer Science
    • Healthcare
    • Skilled Trades
    • Automotive
    • Advanced Manufacturing
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