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Is a non-profit experiential educational program based in Worcester, Massachusetts for 8th graders. This group is working with youth who do better at ‘Hands on Learning. They provide young people with an opportunity to test interests and aptitudes. Young folks become involved in a meaningful internship and develop a community with their peers while having the support and guidance of trusted advisors, internship mentors, and staff members. Transition to higher education and college seminars are also part of their program. To learn about their programs follow these links: Internship Year and Youth Academy.
Your resource for financial education and money management in Massachusetts: This site lists varied classes that can help you improve your knowledge in many areas from homebuyer classes to money managment and much more.
Pro Home’s mission is to provide education to homeowners and tenants, advocate for affordable housing for all,prevent homelessness and eliminate housing discrimination. To learn about their educational workshops follow this link:
Salem CyberSpace expands the educational and career opportunities for low-income youth and adults. This program helps provide you with the foundation to achieve self sufficiency. The program uses state-of-the-art technology and innovative curricula in order to successfully meet the goals for English Literacy, Computer Literacy, workplace rediness, and job internships.