Get Paid Building Your Future!
With YouthBuild, GET PAID TO LEARN construction skills AND earn your GED or HSED at the same time. The best part is it’s all FREE!
YouthBuild provides job training and educational opportunities for young adults while assisting in the construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing for low-income or homeless families in their own communities.
YouthBuild, in partnership with Ezekiel Community Development Corporation, offers low-income Milwaukee County residents (ages 18 – 24) the chance to obtain valuable job training for the construction field. In addition to free job training, participants complete the GED or HSED program at no cost.
YouthBuild program includes:
- Basic and OSHA Constructive Safety*
- Basic Communication Skills
- Basic Employability Skills
- Career Enhancement Skills
Must be Milwaukee County resident and 18 -24 years of age.
*Modules require performance testing in addition to passing written exams.
Get on the fast track and REGISTER TODAY!
YouthBuild Registration Form
This program is funded by the US Department of Labor.
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