Finding Inspiration in Every Turn
Education and Workforce at the Isaacs Center offers programming to youth and young adults who are out-of-school and out-of-work, homeless or at risk of homelessness, have a history of gang involvement, are single parents, or face other barriers to participating in other workforce development training programs. We provide pathways to a positive and productive adulthood for more than 175 at-risk young people each year. Many come to the Isaacs Center looking for a second (or even third) chance at success, and more than 85% of our enrollees complete our education and career readiness training.
We want the young adults we serve to find meaningful employment, to earn a college degree, and to prepare for a career in the ever-changing and competitive job market.