Education & Workforce
LifeWorks Education and Workforce Division is focused on developing the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the challenges of adolescence, move toward independence, and break the cycle of poverty. Through these services, youth and adults can achieve their educational goals, increase employability, gain independent living and parenting skills, and set themselves on a path to self-sufficiency. Last year 1,145 clients were served through this division.
Below are the current education and workforce programs offered by LifeWorks:
- GED & Literacy
- Workforce Development
- Aftercare Transitional Services
- LifeSkills Training
- Teen Parent Services
- Next Step
Call 512.735.2100 to get more information and schedule an appointment.
Interested in becoming a part of LifeWorks GED & Literacy program? Learn more about the program here.