|Montgomery County In-School Program|
MMYC’s Montgomery County program serves in-school students from 16-18 years old that are attending target schools in Montgomery County. We seek to support academic attendance and performance, and build employment and career skills. The in school component provides services in four areas: Academic Enrichment, Job Skills/Readiness, Family Support and At-Risk Behavior reduction.
The program is funded by the Montgomery County Department of Economic Development’s Workforce Services Division through the Workforce Investment Act. Other supporters include the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services, the Montgomery County Community Foundation, the Mead Family Foundation, and the CitiFoundation
The Workforce Investment In-School Program engages low-income high school juniors and seniors to help them successfully transition to higher education and the world of work.
The program accomplishes this by meeting individually with students and hosting bi-weekly workshops to provide support with:
During the summer, students can participate in a paid internship related to their career interests. Students receive job readiness training before and during the program to prepare and support students as they explore the world of work.
The Job Readiness Training curriculum covers:
To find out if you are eligible for the program or to learn more, please contact André Mons Ybañez (301) 495-0441 ext. 224.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 13:07|
LAYC/MMYC at Silver Spring
8700 Georgia Avenue, Suite 500
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
Telephone: (301) 495-0441
LAYC/MMYC at Langley Park
7411 Riggs Road, Suite 418
Hyattsville, Maryland 20783
Telephone: (301) 431-3121
LAYC/MMYC at Riverdale
(Center for Educational Partnership)
6200 Sheridan Street
Riverdale, Maryland 20737
Telephone: (301) 779-2851
LAYC/MMYC at Germantown
Germantown One-Stop Center
12900 Middlebrook Road
Germantown, Maryland 20874