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Youth & Young Adult

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Youth/Young Adult Workforce Program

These government workforce development programs are funded at the federal level, and implemented in partnership with the CO Dept. of Labor & Employment and the CO Rural Workforce Consortium. They serve young people aged 17 – 24.

  • Career exploration and counseling
  • Basic skills assessments
  • Work experience
  • Occupational training
  • Work readiness training
  • Job search assistance (e.g., resumes, applications, interview skills)
  • Supportive services (e.g., gas, clothes, tools, phone minutes)

In School – In high school or post-secondary education, such as vocational training or college

Out of School – Have dropped out or graduated from high school or have a high school equivalency

Contact a TTA Career Counselor at the Workforce Center location nearest you (go to Directory tab above right).

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Mission Statement

To provide quality employment and training related services that assist individuals in improving their skills and attaining economic self-sufficiency.