WIOA Youth College & Career Readiness Services Program
Youth employment training & education services
CPLC Workforce Solutions provides education and employability services for Phoenix youth and young adults ages 14 through 24. Through a network of business and inter-agency collaborations we serve as a pathway for young people to succeed in the workforce. Our mission is to equip Phoenix youth to gain employment, achieve self-sufficiency and reach career potential through education and training.
- High school and GED completion
- Occupational skills training
- Employment services
- Direct support services
- Academic and career counseling
Specialized services for refugee youth
Our Refugee Youth Mentoring Program (RYMP) provides specialized college and career readiness services to refugees in Phoenix ages 16 through 24, including ORR-eligible individuals. Qualifying refugee youth can get assistance with:
- Employment opportunities
- Resume and cover letter building
- Internships and skills training
- High school, GED, and ESL classes
For questions, or to enroll
Interpretation services are provided if needed.
Celebrate Client Successes
Charity completed her training and obtained a Dental Assisting certificate free of cost through our WIOA Youth program.
Through our refugee youth program, Juma was able to get his high school credits translated and prove they were comparable to graduating from an accredited high school program in the U.S. He later would co-enroll in our WIOA Youth program where he was given the guidance to enroll in a cyber academy to begin his pursuit of working in IT.
While enrolled in our WIOA Youth program, Batool successfully completed dental assistant training, earned her Associates Degree from Phoenix College, and later went on to participate in two work experience opportunities.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Chicanos Por La Causa, 619 N 7th Ave, Bldg. B, Phoenix, AZ 85007. CPLC Workforce Solutions is a proud partner of Arizona@Work and the City of Phoenix and is funded through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).