Inspiring Minds,Changing Lives!
January 9-11, 2018
Sheraton Grand Sacramento, CA
If you are a WIOA youth provider or your organization provides education, training or other employment services to young adults 16 – 24, the Youth@Work Conference is for you. The Conference will address key workforce issues facing youth and young adults in transitioning to jobs and careers, and highlight best practices and emerging trends in better serving youth who are having trouble finding their own success trajectory. Youth@Work provides a unique opportunity for diverse constituencies to discover innovative and successful approaches being developed by education, workforce, nonprofits and the private sector. Come join us and become even better at inspiring minds and changing lives.
Youth Leadership Track
CWA strongly encourages youth 16 – 24 enrolled in workforce programs to participate in our special Youth Leadership Track led by Arel Moodie. Registered youth may attend any and all functions and sessions during the Conference. Youth attendees often find their participation at the Conference to be a life changing experience.
2017 Youth@Work – Youth Leadership Track led by Arel Moodie
2017 Dwight Brydie Winner: Cindy (Ya Xin) Guan (Left) Nominated by National Council of La Raza’s Escalera Program Youth Workforce Services, Para Los Ninos, City of Los Angeles Workforce Board
2017 Dwight Brydie Winner: Harley Hubbard (Center) Nominated by Conservation Corps North Bay Sonoma County Workforce Board
2017 Dwight Brydie Winner: Nilton Serva (Right) Nominated by ReSET Program, Bay Area Community Resources Contra Costa Workforce Board