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The 411: Youth


Get2Work offers youth a chance




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Get2Work offers GED classes to individuals aged 16-18, who meet income eligibility requirements, Monday through Friday in the Sam Fore Jr. Wilson County Public Library. The program offers open enrollment, small class sizes, and self-paced, individualized instruction.

The goal of the program is to help these youth attain the life and academic skills as well as the vocational competencies necessary to obtain and keep a job.

Participants have the opportunity to learn about a range of real-world occupations, develop personal career interests, and acquire positive work and life skills aimed at making them useful to the workforce.

The award-winning program is funded by Workforce Solutions Alamo, Good Samaritan Community Services, a San Antonio based nonprofit organization. Contact Stefanie Garcia at 210-347-7071 for information.
 

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