CareerSource Pinellas young adult services offer those aged 18 to 24 a chance to determine their career path, whether that leads to college, pre-vocational training or a career. CareerSource Pinellas offers training funds, career planning and job search assistance.
For more information email Marely Fernandez or visit our Tyrone Center.
- GET PAID to earn your GED or diploma.
- HANDS-ON construction experience at a Habitat for Humanity worksite building houses for those in need.
- GET CERTIFIED in construction by the end of the program.
- Work with job developers to help with job searching, resumes and interviews so you are prepared for a career you love. You will have a case manager who helps make the program work best for YOU, provides extra resources and services you need, and supports you every step of the way. Click here to apply.
For more information email: email@example.com
Text or call: (813) 743-5568
Youth Connect provides guidance, support, financial assistance with vocational and academic training, work readiness and job placement services to low income youth. Eligible people are aged 18 to 24 who have dropped out of school, are ex-offenders, in foster care, homeless, pregnant or parenting, unemployed or underemployed and/or are basic-skills deficient.
Contact any of the Youth Coordinators for more information or stop by any CareerSource Pinellas center. General information can be found by calling (727) 524-4344.
For South Pinellas County training information, please contact Naomi Atanacio, Youth Career Coordinator, (727) 470-7565 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For North Pinellas County training information, please contact Kermara Robillard, Youth Career Coordinator, (727) 420-9532 or email@example.com