By enrolling in WIOA through the Youth Service Provider in your county as an active participant you may benefit from the following services based on your specified need identified by the WIOA Youth Specialist:

  1. Tutoring, study skills training, instruction and evidence based dropout prevention and recovery strategies
  2. Alternative secondary school services or dropout recovery services
  3. Paid and unpaid work experiences with an academic and occupational education component
  4. Occupational skills training
  5. Education offered concurrently with and in the same context as workforce preparation
  6. Leadership development activities (e.g., community service, peer-centered activities)
  7. Supportive services
  8. Adult mentoring
  9. Comprehensive guidance and counseling
  10. Financial literacy education
  11. Entrepreneurial skills training
  12. Labor market and employment information services
  13. Activities that prepare for transition to postsecondary education and training
  14. Follow-up services for at least 12 months after program completion

For more information contact the service provider in your area.

Ross Employment Solutions
Chatham County – 912-354-6174
Bryan, Liberty, and Long – 912-332-7908
Bulloch, Effingham, and Screven – 912-681-4134
Eckerd Connects – Paxen
Camden, Glynn, and McIntosh – 912-275-7379

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