SUMMER WORK PROGRAM
Transition Youth Ages 15-21
The Summer Work Program provides students with paid employment between June and August. Selected youth work in a variety of roles within their community. Participants are selected on a first-come, first-served basis with requirements including residency and financial need. The program includes four days of work readiness training.
Students ages 14-21
Initiative, teamwork, soft skills, effective communication, time-management, and work basked experience are essential skills needed to join today’s workforce. Our organization provides career education, career research, work-based learning, self-advocacy, and leadership skill-building through Career Camp.
Participants learn career education, career research, work-based learning, social skills, and life skills. Community outings and guest speakers help students discover their future path.
SUMMER READING CAMP
Students ages 5 - 14
The reading camp is held during the month of June on Tuesdays and Thursdays for students who need extra help with reading. Reading Camp builds both reading skills and self-confidence.
We will not be having the Reading Camp for Summer 2023.
Transition Youth Ages 14-21
This year-long program brings together a diverse and inclusive group of students from public & private schools in Hendry and Glades counties who desire to demonstrate leadership potential in formal & informal situations and prepare them to become ethical leaders committed to active community involvement and creating inclusive community environments.