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Youth Services

WIOA Youth Program

Bay Area Workforce Development Board (BAWDB), through cooperation with its partners, provides youth within our eleven counties an opportunity to participate in the WIOA Youth Program. The Program has many benefits. Participants gain valuable work experience, have access to career exploration opportunities, and gain resources for further academic development such as obtaining a GED/HSED, advanced training, and enrollment into post secondary education. They also learn about the resources that the community and the Job Centers, including the Brown County Job Center have to offer.

WIOA Youth Services

Once an individual plan is developed, participants will receive one or more of the following services:

  • Mentoring
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Assistance setting and achieving goals
  • Paid or unpaid (volunteer) work experience
  • Support services
  • Job shadowing
  • 12 month follow up services


Must be between the ages of 14-24 (including age 24) and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • High school drop out
  • Offender
  • In or aged out of foster care
  • Homeless
  • Has little or no income
  • Individual with disabilities
  • Pregnant or parenting
  • High school graduate currently not attending school
  • Requires additional assistance to complete an education program or to secure and hold employment

For more information on the WIOA Youth program serving Brown County, please contact one of the following Youth Career Service Specialists:

Lisa Fenrick
(920) 448-7215


Sara Loken
(920) 448-7212


Youth Services


Other Sites of Interest - Youth Services

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  • SummerInternships.com 
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  • JobCentral 
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  • Riley Guide 
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  • Monster.com 
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Career Exploration Sites - Youth Services

  • Work 4 Women 
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  • Military Career Guide Online 
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    Search career paths, research education options, job details and salaries and take the first step on you new journey

Self Assessment - Youth Services

Labor Market Information - Youth Services

  • WORKnet County Snapshots 
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  • Bureau of Labor Statistics Green Jobs 
    Listing of green jobs from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics 
    Developing list of relevant green industries.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook 
    U.S. Dept. Of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook.

Educational Institutions - Youth Services

Area Job Centers - Youth Services

  • Listr 
  • List with link to directory

Financial Aid - Youth Services