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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Virtual Activities and Resources

Welcome to the Youth Workforce Development Virtual Resource Center. Our goal is to empower the Sacramento Youth citywide with knowledge, resources, opportunities, and support that helps them gain the fundamental basic skills needed when seeking employment in the workforce environment. Through these programs, youth practice newly acquired skills in safe, supportive environments. Adults provide mentoring as youth learn to successfully navigate school, work, community, and life’s day-today challenges and choices.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Smart College & Career Planning Webinar

Tuesday, May 19, 2020 from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PST
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SCHOOL RESOURCES

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

INTERVIEW PREPARATION

LOCAL RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES

FINANCIAL RESOURCES

Youth Employment Programs 

The City of Sacramento’s youth vocational training and employment programs provide young people with experiences and supports that foster their development as healthy, productive adults. Early adult outcomes include education, economic self-sufficiency, healthy family and social relationships, and positive contributions to the community. Youth are supported in this development through five fundamental pathways: safety, healthy relationships, engagement, connecting to community, and relevant skill building.

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paid work experience program for youth ages 14-17 years who reside within the city limits of Sacramento  providing landscape maintenance and general clean-up in our city parks 

 

A fun, interactive work readiness training program for young people between the ages of 13-17. All participants who meet attendance goals and participate in a youth-led community service project will receive a $300 stipend 

 

A strengths-based, paid work experience program, for high school senior that meet specific barriers.