The Out-of-School Program provides occupational skills training, career awareness counseling, work readiness modules, basic education, GED preparation, supported internship experiences, as well as vocational skills training. Training is currently provided in, but not limited to: Retail Services, Hospitality, Administrative Assistance (MOS), Information Technology, Culinary Arts, and Automotive Services. Out-Of-School programs serve young adults ages 16- 24 who are no longer attending secondary or post-secondary school. It is a training vehicle that assists youth in achieving short and long term educational and employability goals through relevant occupational skills training and guidance.
The Out-of-School Programs is open for in-person services by appointment only. Please click HERE to schedule your appointment to see an Intake Specialist.
The District of Columbia’s Out-of-School (OSY) Program is supported by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of awards totaling $ 11,678,763.
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Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm