WorkOne's Youth-Dedicated Resources Help You Navigate Work Issues
When you are young, getting a good job can be a tough process. Where can you get the experience, training, and job-search skills you need? Start at this web site and your nearest WorkOne Center. WorkOne offers all types of materials, Internet links, job fairs, and resources to help you find a great job and plan your career.
WorkOne can help you assemble the tools you need to get a great job. We give advice on resumes, cover letters, and tips on how to get a job, plus we offer an onsite Information Resource Center crammed full of additional job search tools.
Local Manufacturers Want YOU! If you are interested in working in advanced manufacturing and want direct links to hiring employers click here to find out more information. We offer paid training and paid internships as well as one on one interviews with employers.
Right now is not too early - or too late - to think about your future. We have resources to assist in evaluating your skills, experience and interests so that you can judge how your attributes compare with job opportunities.
Younger workers often have special considerations in finding jobs that fit their skills, experience and age.
The most successful job seekers foster an attitude of life-long learning. Whether you need High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation, a college degree, or technical training, we can help find the resources to meet your educational and training goals.
High School Students Only
JAG focuses on helping high school students that show promise for a better future to stay in school in order to graduate. JAG helps students find an entry-level job leading to a career and/or postsecondary education.
Through the Twenty-first Century Scholars Program, Indiana provides support to qualifying young people in completing a college education.