U.S. teens asked to take survey
The Teen Success Project is a large-scale effort that aims to help young people reach their full potential and live their best lives. To aid in its empowerment efforts, the project is collecting data from teenagers all over the country in a confidential and anonymous online survey. The survey data will inform a book that will be published this winter. If you are a teenager, visit www.teensuccessproject.com/survey to participate in the survey and to be entered in a drawing for up to $250!
Free classes and job search help
Free classes and job search help, funded by a Workforce Investment Act grant, are available for low-income people ages 17 to 21. The classes qualify trainees to be medical clerks, accounting clerks and administrative assistants. Some 37 training spots remain. Programs run 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. For more information or to apply, call Tammy at Computer Tutor Business and Technical Institute at (209) 545-5200.