Helping youth explore career options in Wisconsin
Internships are an important way for a student to connect with employers as they train and learn in an interested field. Students advance their skills on setting goals, developing soft skills, and practicing a successful interview.
Youth Training Programs are available to eligible students or youth who have not completed high school to assist with high school completion or post-secondary options.
Youth Apprenticeship provides hands on skills, while completing courses that pertain to career field.
Academic Career Planning is a part of the curriculum in Wisconsin public schools, exposing students to careers and education so they can make informed decisions about post-secondary options.
Career & Technical Education options are available at schools throughout Wisconsin to prepare students for post-secondary education and career success.
Youth Work Permits requirements allow minors to work and are issued at various locations throughout the state.