Clients choose to come to JobTrain because they learn not only valuable job skills, but important life skills as well.
Youth (17-24 y.o.):
JobTrain serves hundreds of youth (ages 17-24) each year through out-of-school programs (meaning they have graduated or left high school). Trainees also learn to improve their communication skills, to understand the importance of punctuality and working hard, and to build self-respect and self-sufficiency. JobTrain youth can spend time working and gaining real-world experience, or earn high school credit in non-traditional courses.