- Career Exploration
- Employability Skills Training, Including Financial Literacy
- Career Coaching and Guidance
- Tuition Assistance
- Limited Supportive Services
- Paid Work Experience and On-the-Job Training Referral
Services Offered To Young Adults:
WIOA Youth Training– Education assistance at a local and approved college, obtain an online high school diploma, GED assistance, or assistance with employability skills.
$10,000 AVAILABLE TO HELP WITH YOUR TUITION!
For more information on the programs and schools we cover view the links below:
Approved Training Provider Programs for 2022-2023 – Excluding Apprenticeships: (PDF)(Excel)
Local Targeted Occupation List for 2022-2023: (PDF)
Paid Work Experience– Connect with employers in leading industries to receive job-related training. Develop skills for in-demand occupations while gaining experience in the workforce. Earn up to $4,000 during our 12 week internship program.
Tampa Bay Summer Hires- Explore different careers while becoming oriented to the workforce. Available to youth between the ages of 16-24. Check back with us in January 2023.
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Tampa Bay Hires Online Pre-screen
To start the enrollment process, applicants will need to fully complete the WIOA Youth prescreen below. Once completed, you will be assigned to a WIOA Youth Career Coach who will contact you about your next steps within two business days. If you do not see an email in your inbox, please be sure to check your spam/junk folders.To begin the pre-screen, please click the button below:
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Virtual Information Sessions for Youth 16-24 Years of Age
In response to COVID-19, CareerSource Tampa Bay’s (CSTB) Young Talent of Tampa Bay program is holding live virtual informational sessions. The live virtual sessions will be held for youth interested in gaining career advice, practical work experience, and other career guidance.
BLS Announces New Release on College Enrollment and Work Activity of Recent High School and College Graduates — 2020. In October 2020, 62.7 percent of 2020 high school graduates ages 16 to 24 were enrolled in colleges or universities, down from 66.2 percent in the prior year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported. Among 20- to 29-year-olds who received a bachelor’s degree in 2020, 67.3 percent were employed, down from 76.0 percent in 2019. These changes reflect the effect of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. To view the press release, visit: https://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/hsgec.pdf.
Around thirty young adults turned out for a small job fair set up by the Summer Job Connection and The Boys and Girls Club of Tampa Bay. These young adults are preparing for interviews with Club Counselors to help them gain employment, some for the first time. Summer Intern Thomas Supeau takes us to the event at CareerSource Tampa Bay’s North Florida location.
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These links provide a wide range of resources, tools, and guides to assist youth in all situations with developing their potential. These resources work to place the power of information into the hands of youth and those individuals who guide them in successfully navigating their way into adulthood amidst a global knowledge economy.
- CSTB’s Virtual Workforce Center
- ASVAB – Career Exploration Program
- Career Info Net
- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (Florida Department of Education) – School to Work Transition
- Mapping Your Future
- Occupational Outlook Quarterly
- Occupational projections (BLS)
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- O*NET Code Connector for titles of jobs in occupational fields
- The Princeton Review (career quiz, college planning, testing, admissions information, scholarships and financial aid)
- Vocational Information Center
- Career Interest Checklist
- A Guide to Free Career Assessments
- My Future.com
- O*NET Ability, Interest, and Work Importance Profilers
- Quintessential Careers
- Skills Profiler (CareerOneStop)
- CareerOneStop Youth Program Finder was created in response to requests for help locating services for people age 16 to 24. The Finder was designed to be used by young people on their own, or by adult intermediaries. Any young adults seeking career or employment assistance can easily access it from a computer, tablet, or phone. They can also search for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs and find out if they are eligible for more in-depth services. Counselors working with young adults who plan to relocate will also find it valuable to research services available in their new location.