Are you eligible?
To be eligible for our program, you:
Must be age 14-24
Must have a challenge to employment or training, such as being pregnant or parenting a child
May need to meet income guidelines
Must be eligible to work in the U.S.
Studies show that parents, age 16-24, struggle with education and employment because of these issues:
More than half of parents under the age of 24 are living below poverty level.
Most young parents report that they have trouble finding childcare that is affordable and flexible.
63% of teen parents graduate high school or get a GED. Only 5% pursue a degree after high school.
Finding reliable transportation is one of the most common challenges that young parents face.
Many young parents live with relatives or rent. 1 in 20 is homeless.
- Emotional Stress-
Young parents often feel that they are judged and looked down upon by peers and support staff.
Does this sound like you?
We may be able to help:
Assist with childcare
Assist with living expenses
Assist with transportation
Pay for school or training
Discover your career path
Get on-the-job training
Create a resume
Fill out job applications
Prepare for interviews
Find a job
Manage your money