If you completed your HS Diploma or GED and find yourself asking, "What next?" The links below provide information about work, college, trades and health.
Worcester Resources is a community-based website that provides information about the many types of assistance in Worcester, Massachusetts and surrounding towns on areas such as: Employment and Training Programs, Cash Assistance Programs, Youth Resources, Ex-Offender Resources, Disability Resources, Transportation Services, Housing Programs, Health Care Programs, Food Programs, Financial Programs, Education Programs and Child Care and Pre-School Programs.
City of Worcester Youth Opportunities
The City's Youth Opportunities Office was created in 2007 to provide leadership, support and advocacy for youth through the introduction of coordinated programs that are focused on positive youth development and youth employment.
Snagajob is a website that offers part-time jobs, teen jobs, student jobs and summer jobs with local companies and national employers.
Worcester Jobs Network
Worcester Jobs provides resources such as resume and cover writing, interviewing tips and a library
TeensHealth is a place for teens looking for information and advice about health and life. The site also includes information about college, employment interviewing tips and internships.
Youthhood helps you to plan for your future. Do you want to work? Go to college? Have your own place/apartment?
Learn about the opportunities in the United States military services.
This site helps young adults learn about service options and benefits for individuals interested in the military.