FWCA's Youth Services engage youth from infancy to 24 years of age in a capacity that contributes to the local and national community. Our youth services provide opportunities for youth development, youth voice, and self-reflection. Our programs recruit youth in the community and provide them job opportunities, service activities that improve the community, and training/mentorship development .
Jobs League (City and County) helps emerging youth ages 16-24 gain real-world work experience while earning income and understanding the importance of financial literacy.
Jobs League allows supporting businesses to mentor and be the first to train the future leaders of the workforce. Currently the State is not accepting applications.
In School Youth
This program is offered to provide assistance to in-school youth with one or more barriers to employment prepare for post-secondary education and employment opportunities, attain educational and/or skills training credentials, and secure employment with career/promotional opportunities.
The Academy implements a comprehensive approach to a child's health, nutrition, growth, and development.
We emphasize parental engagement with a focus on activities that are structured toward the betterment of children ages 6 weeks-5 years.
Early Explorers Child Development Academy
This program offers opportunities with regional partners and local organizations to provide educational, job training, and employment services to youth, ages 16 to 24, that are out-of-school or dropped out of school.
Out of School Youth
If you're not sure which youth program you'd like to go in to, feel free to contact us and we'll assist you.