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    Taxonomy Code: ND-3400.9500

    Programs that seek out and create job opportunities for young people.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Employment ServicesThis program helps eligible, disadvantaged youth with employment, and earn up to $900 to cover expenses if they get training from an authorized NY Youth Works provider. Also this program encourages businesses to hire disadvantaged adolescents and young adults.AlbanyNEW YORK YOUTH WORKS PROGRAMNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    Youth Enrichment ServicesMACASC youth development programs offer a range of safe, age appropriate self esteem building programming for youth in the greater Mechanicville area. Current programs include open gym, Mechanicville After School Clubs, monthly dances, Summer Adventure Program, field trips, swim trips educational speakers and workshops and sports clinics. Access to computers and other services is provided.SaratogaYOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMECHANICVILLE AREA COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER (MACSC)
    Youth Enrichment ServicesThe Youth Services Program provides employment skills development which includes how to write a resume, prepare for an interview, time management and conflict resolution. This program also includes a job match service that provides information about jobs available in the local community and support services for the students and adults who care for (and about) them. This program is located at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake and Scotia-Glenville High Schools and the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Community Human Services building.SchenectadyYOUTH SERVICESCOMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES

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