Youth employment has steadily increased over the past decade with 51% of youth between the ages of 16-24 that are employed either part-time or full-time. Yet, finding a job may be daunting for a first time job seeker, but do not fear OWINN is here! In this blog I’ll provide preparation advice for the job application process.
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What types of jobs interest you? What are you passionate about? In what ways would you like to make a difference? In this blog, Kyle Catarata, OWINN Special Projects Coordinator, discusses these questions and the importance of exploring career opportunities as a young adult.
As a first year college student, OWINN Special Projects Coordinator, Kyle Catarata, has recently gone through the college application process. In this blog, he provides tips on getting letters of recommendations, the importance of peer-review and other things involved in applying for college.
OWINN Special Projects Coordinator, Kyle Catarata, provides a student perspective on the upcoming scholarship season and the opportunity to apply for awards that will help pay for college.
Quran Broussard Jr. is a graduate of Desert Rose Tech Center and a future Tesla employee.
Iral Radriguez is a CTE student at East Career and Technical Academy.
Madeline is in the High School of Business at the Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology.
High school can be a challenging time for any teenager, but for some, extra support and guidance can mean the difference between a high school dropout and a high school graduate. Enter JAG Nevada, a statewide high school dropout intervention and work readiness program that serves more than 3,000 students in 53 programs in 41 high schools across the state.
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