Young Adult Job Seekers

connects young adults to personalized assistance through our network of WorkOne Career Centers.

Young adults between the ages of 14 and 21 who are still in school and out of school young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 may be eligible for assistance.

Please make a selection from the drop down menu below and connect to the nearest WorkOne Center for personalized service.

Please make a selection from the drop down menu below and connect to the nearest WorkOne Center for personalized service.

Connect to a WorkOne Career Center

WorkOne Career Centers are the heart of the Indiana workforce development system.

These centers are located across the state to help Hoosiers prepare for a new or better job, select the right career, access training or to provide information to help them succeed in today’s job market.

For personalized assistance, please locate the WorkOne Center closest to you.

Find a WorkOne Career Center

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WorkOne Career Center Assistance

Completing High School or High School Equivalency

  • Improving Educational Achievement
  • Tutoring, Study Skills and Dropout Prevention Strategies
  • Choices in Secondary School Services
  • Education Concurrent with Workforce preparation
  • Connect to an Adult Basic Education (High School Equivalency) Class

Link to Direct Employment and Training

  • Prepare and Succeed in Employment
  • Career Assessments – What interests you?
  • Local Employment Information
  • Work Based Learning Opportunities
  • Financial Literacy
  • Skills Training

Leadership – Young Adults as Citizens and Leaders

  • Develop Your Potential
  • Leadership Development Training and Opportunities
  • Define and Understand Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Successfully Transition from High School to College or Certifications

Stay Motivated through Personal Guidance

  • Designed to Help
  • Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling
  • Young Adult Mentoring
  • Supportive Services – Break the Barriers
  • Follow-up and Follow Through Assistance