One of the most recent reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that more than seven in 10 teens in the United States are unemployed. Further, more than 44 percent of teens who want summer jobs never find one, or are underemployed due to the lack of available shifts. For lower-income youth who are less likely to go to college and have historically relied on jobs in order to gain the skills and training necessary for earlier entry into the workforce, this reality is of particular concern. If the young adult is also struggling with a disability, the barrier to employment is even more difficult to overcome.
Crossroads is dedicated to helping youth age 16-21 overcome these challenges. In partnership with Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA), we have programs designed to help youth gain crucial real world eperience to prepare them for an increasingly competitive workforce. Whether the young adult is unemployed, underemployed or struggling with a disability, Crossroads can help them create an employment and/or training plan, prepare themselves for work, find a job and get the most out of that employment experience.
Every individual’s needs are different. Whether you are a young adult who want to find a summer internship before continuing on to college, or someone who is looking for on the job training so that you can be better qualified for a longer term placement – having a sound plan is the first step towards success. At Crossroads, we will help you create a plan based on your interest, your skills, your strengths and your access to transportation to potential job sites, educational institutions or training facilities. We will also consider any barriers you may have to acquiring work experience, and help you outline the steps necessary to achieve your goals.
If you are a young adult who is ready to start your job search or work experience plan, call Crossroads at (916) 457-1900 or email us at email@example.com.
Are you a young adult looking for a job for the very first time or want to gain more job experience to make yourself more marketable in an increasingly competitive job market? Crossroads can help you prepare for this next step. Depending on your age and your level of experience, you may need a variety of services so that you are best positioned for a successful job search. Crossroads can provide these services.
From fundamental skills like job counseling, resume writing and interview techniques to acquiring specific technical skills like vocational training, Crossroads can provide comprehensive supportive services that young adults need to compete successfully in the labor force. These services can include:
If you want to see if you qualify for help, or if you need help to figure out how to be prepared for your first or your next job, call Crossroads at (916) 457-1900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because summer jobs, internships and other employment opportunities for young adults are diminishing, it has become increasingly important to leverage community support. In partnership with Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA), Crossroads has programs designed to help youth gain crucial real world experience to prepare you for an increasingly competitive workforce. Crossroads has helped young job seekers find jobs or internships with private sector businesses, nonprofits and local government agencies like Home Depot, Dollar Tree, Goodwill, Carls Jr, City of Citrus Heights and the Orangevale Chamber of Commerce.
Depending on your needs and your eligibility, Crossroads may be able to provide job placement and other additional services that will help you become more successful at finding a job or gaining crucial real-world experience, such as supported education and vocational training. You may also qualify for transportation assistance, in which case Crossroads can provide public transportation vouchers.
If you are unsure about what you are eligible for, or where to begin your search, contact Crossroads at (916) 457-1900 or email us at email@example.com and we’ll point you in the right direction.
Youth with disabilities often need extra support to be successful in a traditional classroom or vocational program. Utilizing the supported employment model which Crossroads has provided to individuals with disabilities since 1977, we can help kids and young adults, specifically diagnosed with psychosis or paranoia, to achieve their goals.
In partnership with UCD Medical Center, Crossroads assists youth with a diagnosis of psychosis or paranoia in adapting to school, college, and work life and provide job development, educational placement and on-site or near-site job and education coaching. We work with the individual young adults and their educational or training institution to make reasonable accommodations so that the youth is best enabled for success – in and beyond the classroom.
If you want to know if you are eligible for this program, contact Crossroads at (916) 457-1900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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