Preparing Young Adults for the Future
The Middlesex Youth Development program offers young adults in Middlesex County and Meriden a chance to prepare for career training, real work experience and help with all aspects of life socially and educationally. Youth receive training in life skills, careers, and employability development. Opportunities are available for work placement and occupational skills training.
Young people already out of school go to work, get job training or participate in certificate programs. Participants can earn a variety of certificates including: Certified Nursing Assistant, EMT, Phlebotomy Technician, Security Guard Certificate, and Human Services certificate.
Interview with a CRT program coordinator and take a reading and math test. Interviews will take place with the Workforce Alliance, as part of the certification process.
Call 860-347-6924 to set up an initial meeting. Referrals are accepted all year. Income limits apply.
Young adults must:
- Be 16 to 24 years old
- Live in Middlesex County
- Meet income limits
- Have not attended school for at least the most recent school quarter
Bring the following paperwork to your meeting:
- Photo ID
- Social Security card
- Birth certificate
- Proof of residency
- 2 pay stubs, if worked in the last 6 months provide last 2 pay stubs
- Copy of high school diploma or drop-out letter
For more information
Middlesex Youth Development
Address: 393 Main Street, Middletown
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8 am – 4 pm
Funding provided by:
The total cost of the Middlesex Youth Development program is $160,000. $160,000 (100%) is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor.
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