The Career Link program is a comprehensive two year program funded through the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) by a grant from the United Workforce Development Board.
The objective of Career Link is to offer juniors and seniors one hour of classroom credit that will help them to 1) graduate; 2) obtain post-secondary education/employment; and 3) map a career path. Career Link gives students a unique opportunity to learn skills necessary for success in the workplace while they are learning other valuable life skills such as effective communication, leadership, decision making, budgeting, team work and independent and objective thinking. This program is funded by the federal government so students enrolled must meet eligibility requirements.
Career Link is located at the corner of Main and Orange Streets in Havana. If you have questions or would like more information about the program, please call Carol at the Career Link office: (309)543-1035.