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Youth Services

To achieve success in today’s competitive economy requires young adults to have the education, technical skills, work experience and workplace conduct employers expect. Young people—especially those who face challenges such as homelessness, poverty or disabilities—often need help to achieve post-secondary education and career employment. Through collaboration with a variety of organizations, schools and government agencies, we partner with efforts aimed at increasing and enhancing opportunities for teens and young adults.

The Youth Services Program engages eligible young people between the ages of 18 and 24 who have graduated or dropped out of high school by providing valuable education, training, counseling and work-based learning opportunities. To find out more about the services we provide email youthworks@baltimorecountymd.gov.

CCBC LEAP Program

The CCBC Learn, Earn, Achieve and Progress (LEAP) Program provides young adults with comprehensive education and employment services to prepare them for success in the workplace and in life. The program offers youth an opportunity to obtain a GED or Maryland high school diploma, gain an industry-recognized certification, and acquire employment and work-based learning experiences.

Program Highlights

  • Adult mentoring
  • Leadership and development
  • Financial literacy
  • Entrepreneurial skills training
  • Understanding career and education options
  • Job readiness, time management, problem solving and tutoring support

Locations

Interested candidates would participate at one of our four Countywide locations:

  • CCBC Randallstown Extension Center (with the Liberty American Job Center)
    3637 Offut Road
    Randallstown, Maryland 21133
  • CCBC Catonsville
    800 Rolling Road
    Baltimore, Maryland 21228
  • CCBC Dundalk
    7200 Sollers Point Road
    Baltimore, Maryland 21222
  • CCBC Essex
    7201 Rossville Boulevard
    Baltimore, Maryland 21237

This is a free program for those who qualify. Learn more about the CCBC LEAP program by calling the LEAP information line at 443-840-4292 or emailing cte@ccbcmd.edu.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Read the latest edition of our monthly "Youth Connection" newsletter and subscribe to the mailing list to receive future editions and information about helpful resources for youth. 

Past Issues

View past issues of the Youth Connection newsletter.

 
Revised October 17, 2019         

 

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