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Fulton County Workforce Development Offers Employment Assistance to 16 – 21 Year Olds

Teens and young adults between 16 and 21-years-old can receive employment assistance through workforce development and leadership training.  The Fulton County Office of Workforce Development wants young people to apply for participation in the Youth Enrichment Services (YES) program. YES is a year-round comprehensive youth training and employment program.

The program increases work opportunities for youth, encourages leadership and independent thinking.  YES also assists Fulton County youth with evaluating and accomplishing their educational and career goals as well as fulfilling their personal potential.

Employment assistance includes the following services:

• GED Assistance
• Work Experience Opportunities
• Career Advisement
• Summer Career Exploration Paid Apprenticeships
• Free Internet Access
• Entrepreneurial Training
• Mentoring Services
• Life Skills Workshops
• Tutoring/Study Skills Assistance
• Job Readiness Workshops

Services are available at the following centers:

North Fulton Career Center
7741 Roswell Road, Suite 205
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
404-613-4480

South Fulton Career Center
5710 Stonewall Tell Road, Suite 160
College Park, GA 30349
770-306-5202

Oakhill Child, Adolescent and Family Center
2805 Metropolitan Parkway, SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
404-612-9084

The Office of Workforce Development is a division of the Fulton County Housing and Human Services Department.

YES is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.  Auxiliary Aids and Services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Citizens in need of reasonable accommodation due to disability, including communications in an alternative format, should contact Nell Moton-Kapple at 404-613-7944.  For TDD/TYY or Relay Access, dial 711.


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