24 & Under Services
Year Round Young Adult Program
This work readiness program is developing tomorrow's workforce today.
YOUNG ADULTS with a diploma may receive funding for in-demand career training. High school non-completers may receive funding for TASC (formerly GED®) prep classes or tutor services. Individuals receive monetary support services and job search assistance throughout. Unsure what career you want? Explore careers through paid work experience or job shadowing with a local employer.
HIGH SCHOOL youth receive support and incentives for academic success as well as an opportunity for paid work experience or job shadowing.
Eligibility for the program is based on age (16-24) and having at least one. In some cases, household income is required for eligibility. Full Application is available to fill in and print. Additional individual documents are required.
Livingston Youth Employment Program (LYEP)
2017 SUMMER JOB RECRUITMENT IS CLOSED!
A summer employment program for 14 to 20 year olds. All eligible youth will participate in a week long pre-hire assessment. Those determined ready to work receive a job offer. Then, youth are placed at an individual worksite or on a work crew for 5 weeks while earning minimum wage. Eligible youth age 14 and 15 who are assessed to need additional development will participate in a career exploration program designed to introduce them to careers in Livingston County while earning a participation stipend.
Eligibility is based on county residency, age (14-20) and household income.
Do you currently have a project to complete or need extra hands to get it done? Partner today with Workforce Development to be a host site for Livingston County young adults ready to work.
Livingston County provides:
- Workers' Comp