Career Assistance Program helps young adults land that first job

 

WORCESTER COUNTY, Md.– In today’s world landing that first job as a young adult can be tough and nerve-wracking.  However, one program in Worcester County is giving young people the confidence and the tools they need for success.

Executive Director, Steve Taylor from the Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services, says candidates must  18 and 24 years old and  unemployed, underemployed or not enrolled in school.

Candidates will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with staff to discuss career options and learn how to prepare for a job interview.

Training opportunities include:

Technical Training
• Commercial Driving
• HVAC
• Welding
• Nursing Assistant
• Childcare
• Construction Services
• And more!

Job Readiness Training
• Resume Writing
• Mock Job Interviews
• Household Budgeting
• Support Services
• Financial Management
• Business Communication
• Social Growth

For more information on the program, you can log on to gowoyo.org

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