WIOA Young Adult Program
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
If you're age 16 to 24 and need help finding a job, planning or continuing your education, or planning your career, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) services can help. Please call our office (303.636.1260) to learn more or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Fill out an online application for our industry academies. You can also print the form, fill out, and bring to any of our offices.
Studies prove that the more education you’ve completed, the more likely you are to be employed and earn higher wages! Youth in the Works! can help you explore your education options and reach your potential.
Explore Your Educational Goals
Contact Youth in the Works! (303.636.1260) and speak to a member of our team to take advantage of these academic programs and services:
- One-on-one academic guidance
- GED preparation and testing
- Information about growing industries and careers
- Young Adult-only workshops
- Financial assistance for education and training
Step 1: Attend an Informational Session
This session is designed to inform you of the support that the WIA Program can provide. Please be on time as late arrivals will not be admitted. Please contact your closest Workforce Center to see the information session schedules. Sessions will vary at each location
Step 2: Sign Me Up!
If you have decided that you wish to participate in the WIOA Young Adult Program, our team will work with you to complete your eligibility paperwork. If you are missing eligibility documentation, you will have 14 calendar days to provide it to the intake specialist. If required eligibility documentation is not provided within that time, you will be deemed ineligible.
Step 3: Meeting Your Workforce Specialist
After completion of an information session, you will be scheduled to meet with your Workforce Specialist and develop your pathway to obtain your goals.
It is important to note that your enrollment depends upon your follow through. Failure to complete the enrollment process will result in non-enrollment into WIA services.