Services for middle schoolers
The Learning Web offers several services for middle school age youth. In these programs, they can explore their career interests, gain new skills, and contribute to our community through volunteer services. Learn more about opportunities for middle school age youth!
Services for high schoolers
The Learning Web offers several services for high school age youth. In these programs, they can explore their career interests, gain new skills, and participate in apprenticeships. Learn more about opportunities for high school age youth!
Services for young people in high school or out of school who need extra help with the issues they face
Life Skills services are available to young people ages 16-24 who are still living at home or in stable housing but who are facing issues that could involve addiction, education, employment, social/emotional barriers, lack of sufficient income, pregnancy, or parenting a child themselves.
Life Skills offers intensive care management; independent living skills development, education support; career development; employment training; financial literacy and all of the support needed for future self-suffciency. And, for those pregnant or parenting youth—parenting support and skill workshops are available. Life Skills staff assess a youth’s skills and design a goal plan with the youth that is used as a blueprint for their work together.
Services for young people in or out of school who need help with housing
The Learning Web Youth Outreach Program offers a housing support service for high school age and young adults ages 16-24 who need help finding housing, whether or not they are attending school. Learn more about Youth Outreach Services
Because education and employment are important to being able to maintain stable housing, Youth Outreach also offers a Supported Employment Service where participants receive help to prepare themselves to better compete for jobs and get career path jobs.