WorkSource Rogue Valley’s youth program offers year-round employment and career-readiness services to youth in Jackson and Josephine counties for ages 16-24. Our trained staff is ready to assist youth in reaching training, career, and life goals. Opportunities vary based on funding – be sure to check back often to learn about the latest news and service information.
Currently we are offering:
- Job Search Assistance
- Career Exploration and Training including:
- Paid Work Experience
- Internship Placements
- Scholarships for Short-Term Occupational Training
- Hands-On Training in Forestry
- Hands-On Training in Healthcare
- On the job training opportunities for youth ages 16-24.
Opportunities for Out-of-School Youth:
Opportunities for In-School Youth:
|Earn Cash! Get Experience! If you are between 16 and 24 and not currently attending high school or GED, we can help you gain experience, skills and certifications in our CareerX or Forestry programs.You Can:
CareerX: 2 week stipend-based training program with potential for paid work experience or On the Job training opportunities.
Forestry Crew: Paid 6 week outdoor work experience program and work ethics training. (Photos: HERE)
In Jackson County, call Sara Beck at 541-842-2548 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In Josephine County, call DeeDee Amaral at 541-244-3245 or email@example.com
|Explore Careers & Colleges! Get Scholarships & Grants! If you are a high school student in your junior or senior year, attending Grants Pass High School, Gladiola, Phoenix High School or Central Medford High School, you may be eligible for our CareerBuild Program, which provides:
Requirements: On-track for high school graduation, 11th-12th grade at a partner school listed above, low income family, and need for career readiness assistance.
For more information, please contact Jen Perry at 541-218-4539 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Program applications may be picked up and returned to your local the WorkSource Rogue Valley Employment Center:
Click here to complete the program application