These basic skills include: how to conduct a job search; computer usage and basic office software; how to develop and update a resume; effective interviewing techniques; professional behavior, attitude, and relationships; professional dress, grooming, and hygiene; professional communication techniques; conflict resolution on the job; the importance of reliability, promptness, and honesty. Our young men and women leave with the ability to work responsibly and develop long-term career goals.
SEA helps young men and women develop their job skills and assists with job placement.
EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS & VOCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES (EPVO)
Provides job skills training, job placement, case management, and follow up while on the job for up to six months to youth between the ages of 16-18.
Program Requirements and/or Eligibility Criteria:
- Must be actively on probation and transitioning back into the community or at risk for removal from the community
- Referrals must be submitted by youth’s Probation Officer
- Must reside in Supervisorial Districts 1,2,3 or 4
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