Kansas Youth Providers

Youth Providers in Kansas

27 organizations in Kansas are dedicated to offering job training, internships, and employment opportunities for young people, enabling them to acquire valuable work experience. Here's a brief overview of youth service providers in Kansas:

Data source: CareerOneStop, August 2023

1. Allen County Community College

The purpose of Allen Community College is to provide quality educational and support services in an atmosphere that is caring, safe, and conducive to learning. The college is committed to a wide range of accessible, affordable educational programs that enable students to reach their academic, occupational, and personal potential.

2. Allied Health Career Training, LLC

Allied Health Career Training (AHCT) is a private, post-secondary career college headquartered in Wichita, Kansas. AHCT specializes in healthcare and is accredited by the Kansas Board of Regents. We provide certification-level training in Nurse Aide, Medication Aide, Phlebotomy, Medical Assistant, and more.Our mission is to provide a quality education at an affordable price. We are passionate about instilling a patient-centered care focus in our graduate

  • Address: 1217 West Douglas Ave Wichita, KS 67213
  • Phone: 877-376-8593
  • Email: [email protected]

3. Bishop Sullivan Center

Bishop Sullivan Center is one of the largest providers of emergency assistance in the Kansas City area. Our Mission is to provide basic necessities to people who are unable to do so and to move those who are able to become self-sufficient.

  • Address: 6435 Truman Road Kansas City, KS 64126
  • Phone: 816-231-0984

4. Catholic Charities of Kansas City - Services

Today's job market is extremely competitive. If you·re jobless today, there·s a very good chance you need to learn new skills, seek additional educational opportunities or pursue industry certifications. You also probably need training in job-seeking, job-keeping and job-advancing skills too. That includes everything from resume-building to interviewing techniques.

  • Address: 4001 Blue Parkway Suite 250 Kansas City, KS 64130
  • Phone: 816-561-1835

5. City of Fort Scott - Buck Run Community Center

The Community Center, which is handicap-accessible, welcomes all ages and provides a variety of services. A new addition to the building includes a full-sized basketball court with four side goals and two regulation volleyball courts. The structure also has a new tumbling/gymnastics and aerobics room upstairs as well as a new weight room and fitness center.Features The original center building consists of: Auditorium with a stage Fitness center Kitchen Lounge with a television Shower facilities 2 meeting rooms Outside of Buck Run you will find a sand volleyball court. The meeting rooms and auditorium may be rented for private use.ProgramsThe Fort Scott Recreation Department runs an extensive adult and youth program from within the Center.

  • Address: 123 S Main Street Ft. Scott, KS 66701
  • Phone: 620-223-0386

6. City of Pittsburg

Pittsburg is home to a diverse population of people who thrive as entrepreneurs, seek adventure through outdoor recreation and welcome neighbors into our inviting community. We are hard working and focused on a single purpose- to make this a better place to live, work and play.

  • Address: 201 W. 4th St. Pittsburg, KS 66762
  • Phone: 620-231-4100

7. Coffeyville Community College

Coffeyville Community College is a comprehensive two-year institution of post-secondary learning. The College offers 19 academic programs, 15 technical programs and 14 certificate programs. Students can graduate from the College with one of four Associate Degree options.

  • Address: 400 West 11th Coffeyville, KS 67337
  • Phone: 620-251-7700

8. Connections to Success

We serve people transitioning from generational poverty, incarceration, domestic violence and other challenging and disadvantaged situations.

  • Address: 300 West Linwood Blvd Kansas City, KS 64111
  • Phone: 816-561-5115

9. Flint Hills Technical College

The mission of Flint Hills Technical College is to provide a diverse community of learners with lifelong educational opportunities for personal growth and preparation for professional and civic responsibilities that meet the needs of society

  • Address: 3301 W 18th Ave Emporia, KS 66801
  • Phone: 620-343-4600

10. Fort Scott Community College

Fort Scott Community College is an institution of higher learning with a long history of culture and diversity that provides affordable academic, technical, and occupational programs to meet student needs while fostering a mutually supportive relationship between the college and its communities.

  • Address: 2108 Horton Fort Scott, KS 66701
  • Phone: 800-874-3722

11. Goodwill Industries - NextStep Alliance

Goodwill provides a wide range of programs including a job skills adult day program and community job coaching for people with disabilities, GED and ESL classes, case management and more.

  • Address: 3351 N Webb Road Wichita, KS 67226
  • Phone: 316-744-9291

12. Greenwood County

We will provide leadership, technical assistance, information and education in order to maintain and improve our natural resources for sustained use, to maintain and improve our environment to provide appealing, convenient and rewarding places to work, live and play and to maintain and improve the quality of our standard of living.

  • Address: 311 N. Main St Eureka, KS 67045

13. Independence Community College

Independence Community College serves the best interests of students and the community by providing academic excellence while promoting cultural enrichment and economic development.

  • Address: 1057 W College Ave Independence, KS 67301
  • Phone: 800-842-6063

14. Kansas School for Effective Learning (KANSEL)

KANSEL is dedicated to the fearless pursuit of academic and economic empowerment of our students and our community through recognizing individual needs and creating flexible education opportunities.

15. Labette Community College

The College has evolved from a city college primarily serving those students who wished to transfer to a four-year institution to a comprehensive community college offering transfer degrees, professional/technical degrees and certificates, continuing education, customized training for business and industry, lifelong learning opportunities, and a variety of programs and services for Southeast Kansas and the four-state region.

16. Oxford House Kansas

The Oxford House Kansas Re-Entry Program allows individuals coming from jails, prisons, and other Institutions an opportunity to live in a safe, alcohol and drug-free environment, so that they may re-establish their life.

  • Address: 1617 Park Place Wichita, KS 67203
  • Phone: 316-977-8894

17. Sedgwick County Offender Re-Entry (SCORE) Program

The SCORE Program is for any inmate who expects to be released to our local community and needs assistance with gaining access to essential services in order to enable them to have a successful return to the community. These community services will be received either while in custody or once they are released.

  • Address: 141 W Elm Wichita, KS 67203
  • Phone: 316-660-0883

18. Shawnee County Reentry Program

The Shawnee County Department of Corrections provides a Re-Entry Program that will provide inmates with employment skills, training, and on-site work opportunities to assist inmates in achieving meaningful employment and life skills once discharged from the facility. Inmates sentenced to the Adult Detention Center may be recommended for the Re-Entry Program by the courts. The Re-Entry Program consists of three (3) phases. Each phase is designed to help reintegrate inmates back into the community. An inmate may begin the Re-Entry Program in either phase as determined by the Programs Division. Phase one of the program consists of classroom based employment skills curriculum. Inmates in phase two of the program shall begin the program as an inmate trusty. Inmates in phase three shall be employed or able to obtain employment in a legitimate business within the community and may be required to complete Drug and Alcohol Treatment in the community.

  • Address: 501 SE 8th Topeka, KS 66607
  • Phone: 785-291-5000

19. Unified School District 243 - Lebo-Waverly

USD 243 focuses on academic excellence. The district is progressive in many areas of curriculum and instructional practice. Technology integration is an important component of instructional practice in our district.

20. Unified School District 244 - Burlington

Our Mission: All students will be responsible citizens prepared to succeed in life and careers, contribute to the global community, and be lifelong learners.

  • Address: 301 Neosho Street Burlington, KS 66839
  • Phone: 620-364-8478

21. Unified School District 245 - Southern Coffey County

  • Address: 1005 N Main St PO Box 278 LeRoy, KS 66857
  • Phone: 620-964-2212

22. Unified School District 252 - Southern Lyon County

The purpose of the schools in Southern Lyon County USD #252, is to assure that students have a solid foundation in the core academic areas. These schools will also assure that the students maintain personal wellness, develop citizenship skills and explore career and technical education opportunities. Students will develop 21st century skills and an appreciation for the fine arts.

  • Address: 100 Commercial St Suite A Hartford, KS 66854
  • Phone: 620-392-5519

23. Unified School District 253 - Emporia

Programs for students foster a learning environment that demonstrates a balance of cognitive and social-emotional development.

  • Address: 1700 W. 7th P.O. Box 1008 Emporia, KS 66801-1008
  • Phone: 620-341-2200

24. Unified School District 282 - West Elk High School

  • Address: 1199 St Highway 99 PO Box 278 Howard, KS 67349
  • Phone: 620-374-2147

25. Workforce Partnership - Johnson

Workforce Partnership is committed to building a workforce development system that meets the needs of both job seekers and employers throughout the Kansas City area. We operate a network of career centers in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties offering professional expertise and funding resources to employers and eligible job seekers.

26. Workforce Partnership - Leavenworth

Workforce Partnership is committed to building a workforce development system that meets the needs of both job seekers and employers throughout the Kansas City area. We operate a network of career centers in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties offering professional expertise and funding resources to employers and eligible job seekers.

  • Address: 515 Limit Ste. 200 Leavenworth, KS 66048
  • Phone: 913-651-1800
  • Email: [email protected]

27. Workforce Partnership - Wyandotte

Workforce Partnership is committed to building a workforce development system that meets the needs of both job seekers and employers throughout the Kansas City area. We operate a network of career centers in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties offering professional expertise and funding resources to employers and eligible job seekers.

  • Address: 626 Minnesota Avenue Kansas City, KS 66101
  • Phone: 913-279-2600
  • Email: [email protected]

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