If you are an individual aged up to 24, you can receive priority of services that may include financial assistance, case management, and training and supportive services as a Priority Population, defined by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
Through the partnerships of the SC Works system, the statewide centers provide many programs and services to youth.
To learn more, please click on a program below.
Group Transition Services
Services available for youth with disabilities, ages 14-24.
Individualized Transition Services
Available for youth eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation services who have an Individualized Plan for Employment
Pre-Employment Transition Services
For students, ages 13-21, with a 504 or Individual Education Plan.
School-to-work partnership program with local school districts that place high school students into a work environment.
A program that offers individuals aged up to 24 a comprehensive array of services to prepare them for education and employment attainment.
Resources for Youth
There are many details that have to be organized and prepared in order for an individual to find and maintain a job including: documentation, transportation, childcare and even workplace accommodations. Click here to find additional services that may provide assistance to employment.