Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth


Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth serves students ages 16 to 21 who are currently enrolled in a public or alternative high school, and who have been involved with or are at risk of becoming involved with the justice system. The program provides comprehensive services, including mentoring and career exploration, in order for youth to graduate high school or obtain a high school equivalency, and enter into the growing emergency services and social justice fields post-graduation.

Program components include:

  • Intensive case management
    • Mentoring
    • Educational Interventions
    • Career exploration
    • Job readiness training
    • Summer employment placement
    • Service learning projects
    • College tours
    • Guest speakers/Career panels
    • Behind-the-Business tours
    • Financial Literacy skills
    • Follow-up services

    More Info


    For more information, contact Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth Program Director Nicole O’Connell at 585.325.6530 ext. 3082 or noconnell@ulr.org

     

    Funded by the Department of Labor – Training & Employment Administration.