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Workforce Investment Act (WIA) programs are offered to youth between the ages of 14-21. Youth services providers offer programs to assist young people in reaching individual academic goals (high school diploma recovery or GED) and developing basic job skills as they make the transition from being older youth to young adults. All WIA services for youth are offered at no cost to the participant.
All Local Workforce Area’s have at least one provider of services to this group of people. The statewide WIA Youth Services Providers List gives the provider’s name, contact info, city in which the provider is located, and a brief listing of the services provided. Click here to see the list of Youth Service Providers
The Farmer Training Opportunities offered through The Upper Midwest Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training (CRAFT) is a coalition of growers working to train the next generation of organic, biodynamic, and sustainable agriculture farmers. CRAFT provides what prospective farmers say they need most: hands-on training and business planning skills provided directly from established farmers.
For more information about this farmer training program, visit the CSA Learning website or contact the CRAFT/Farm Beginnings Coordinator at:CRAFT/Farm Beginnings Coordinator1547 Rockton RdCaledonia IL 61011(815) 389-8455 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the benefits of attending one of the 48 community colleges in Illinois include: quality instruction and support services, diverse programs, smaller class sizes, accessible and affordable, and more than 10,000 community college courses can be transferred statewide.
To find out more how the Illinois Community College System can assist you, visit the Illinois Community College Board website.
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