Careers for Young Adults
Young adults age 14-24 have the opportunity to explore a variety of jobs before committing to a specific career path. These services help young adults develop job readiness skills and get connected to employment opportunities and educational opportunities.
- Financial aid navigation, education and job search-related resources
- Job search assistance
- Career assessment and guidance
- Job training and workshops
- Self-help computer stations with internet access
- Connections to paid and unpaid work experience
- Leadership development opportunities
To see if you qualify for these services please call 303-271-4755.
Full Stack Certificate Program through Regis University and BWC
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS - Are you a HS Senior looking for a non-traditional pathway into a career in IT or a new HS graduate who has successfully passed the IT Fundamentals test (or can this summer)?
Summer employment is a great way to grow your job skills and can help individuals determine what pathway could be right for you by gaining exposure and learning about different occupations. The Governor's Summer Job Hunt is a free program that helps young adults ages 14-24 find jobs and gain job readiness skills.
Do you want to get ready for a summer job or do you want to be your own boss? Check out our live on-line engaging workshops full of tips and techniques.
Job Corps helps eligible young people ages 16 through 24 complete their high school education, trains them for meaningful careers and assists them with obtaining employment. Please call 303-623-0420 for more information.
Suicide Hotline | 1-844-493-TALK (8255)
Community Resources | Call Mile High United Way by dialing 2-1-1
The Tri-County Workforce Development Board Youth Committee meets monthly on the third Tuesday. The committee is comprised of employers, community agencies, parents and youth. The Youth Committee creates a pathway to economic success for young adults ages 14-24 through the influence of policy and practice in Jefferson, Gilpin and Clear Creek counties. This group reports to the Tri-County Workforce Development Board.
The Business & Workforce Center, a proud partner of the American Job Center Network, serves Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties, and is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
This program is funded by U.S. Department of Labor and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.