The Youth Transition Coordinator will provide coordination of classroom instruction, and job placement for at risk, in school and out of school youth participating in services funded by the local agency of the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act and the Job's for Michigan Graduates (JMG) out of school youth. The Youth Career Transition Coordinator will develop and revise, as needed, the vocational plan of service, monitor services, provided, and identify appropriate support services. Other duties include: recruiting participants for the program, completing intake requirements, providing learning lab instruction, the coordination of community based vocational experiences, and documentation of individualized program plans and outcomes for each participant. The Youth Transition Coordinator will also serve as a liaison between the participant, school, parent or guardian, and Michigan Works! The Youth Career Transition Coordinator will report to the Area Manager. Minimum education required High School diploma however, bachelor's degree preferred.
Note: This is a USDOL Apprenticeship, therefore, applicants must be committed to completing it.