The mission of youth services is to assist low-income Hoosiers, ages 14-21, who face significant barriers to education and/or employment by providing resources and supports to overcome those barriers and successfully transition to self-sufficient adulthood. Programs and services are designed to assist youth in increasing basic skills, attaining a degree and/or industry recognized credential, and/or placement into employment or post-secondary education.
This section contains law, policy, and other technical assistance that are federally or state mandated.
The links to the Adult Basic Education sites can be found here.
Many of the JAG resources can be found here.
The DWD has compiled a list of resources and best practices so that in-school and out-of school youth can benefit from the services that each region offers.
The Department of Workforce Development has many partners that share our mission of empowering Indiana’s workforce. Information on many of our partners can be found here.
YHCC materials and forms