New Youth at Work Grants Help Young People Achieve Workplace Success

15 Oct 2019

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DEED has awarded $3,893,100 to 39 organizations to provide young people workforce development and training opportunities during the 2020-2021 state fiscal year. The Office of Youth Development awarded the Youth at Work grants to organizations providing services to economically disadvantaged or at-risk youth ages 14-24.  

Helping young people achieve workplace success is not only important for the Youth at Work program participants themselves, but for the future of our state. Their success helps to ensure  that the next generation of diverse workers is ready to fill job openings as baby boomers retire and new jobs are created.  

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