Young Adult Program
If you’re a Tarrant County resident ages 16-24, let us help you turn your Talents and Passions into a Career Path. We can help you finish your education, get a great job, assist with child care, transportation, and more! Click the button below and fill out the form to find out more.
• Leadership Development
• Save Money
• Services to Ensure Success
• Earn your High School Diploma/GED
• Prepare for Employment
• Qualify for Scholarships
• Skills Training/ Earn a credential
• Land a Paid Internship
• Job Development
• Start Your Own Business, Learn about Entrepreneurship
• Secure a Job
Paid Internship Opportunities
Young Adult Success Stories
Listen to the stories below to hear how we have helped other young adults in Tarrant County with their career and education goals. To learn more about how we might be able to help you, fill out our customer interest form using the button at the top of this page and a staff member will contact you.
Upcoming Events for Young Adults
You can find upcoming events for our young adult program here. You will find a variety of events from Drop-in sessions, to job fairs, to industry discovery events. You can also find more on our events page, and don’t forget to add the events to your google or smart phone calendar!
Digital Resources for Young Adults
This amazing online tool gives Tarrant County residents the ability to research local careers and training programs like never before.
Discover rewarding and satisfying jobs right in your hometown or elsewhere in Texas.
Job seekers can explore career pathways, view local job postings, register for free online learning, and receive workforce services.
Explore higher educations options by looking at detailed information by school and program of study, AND you can explore occupations of your interest by education.
Providing students with opportunities to explore our state’s in-demand occupations, gain professional experience, and make connections with professionals, which can lead to a reference or job.
It’s difficult to predict the future, but it’s never too early to start planning for it.