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    Taxonomy Code: ND-2000.1500-120

    Programs that introduce people who are in the process of choosing an occupation to a variety of career and vocational options. These programs provide information about the knowledge and skills that are required for specific positions in specific industries and professions; data regarding the current labor market, training and educational options, major employers, and small business development; and other reference material that is related to career planning.

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    Assistance Programs (Fort Lupton) - Weld County Department of Human ServicesResponsible for administering several types of programs for the citizens of Southeast Weld County. Offer public benefits: - Adult Protective Services - Child Protective Services - MYAT - Youth in Conflict program - Job lines - Regional job matches - Skills workshops - Learning lab - Education opportunities - Assistance filing unemployment benefits - Skills certification Weld CountyWeld County Department of Human Services (Fort Lupton)Weld County Department of Human Services
    Continuing Education - Pueblo Community CollegeOffers a variety of programs ranging from Kids College (grades 1-12), Senior College (ages 55 and over), and Youth Academies (ages 16-21 in collaboration with the Pueblo Workforce Center) that: - introduce individuals to career opportunities - raise awareness of employer exceptions, jobs skills and academic requirements - provide access to a college environment - prepare the youth for the workforce In addition, non-credit classes and one day workshops help individuals stay current with job skills, professional and personal growth. Also provides customized training in customer service, leadership, and management.Pueblo CountyPueblo Community College's Outreach ResourcesPueblo Community College
    Youth Career Development - Goodwill Industries of DenverOffers a high school career development program that assists teens in formulating a career path prior to graduation from high school. Planning and preparation provides job training and motivates students to finish high school. Denver CountyGoodwill Industries of DenverGoodwill Industries of Denver

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