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2022 Career and Resource Fair Helps Juvenile Hall Students

Event Connects Teens with Employment and Resource Information

Student receiving information about Sacramento LGBT Community Center

The transition from high school to higher education, occupational training, or a career can be difficult for students—especially those who are considered “at-risk.” Extra career planning assistance came today for students attending El Centro Jr./Sr. High School, a Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) Juvenile Court School program at the Sacramento County Youth Detention Facility.

Students had a chance to meet prospective employers and learn about job hunting techniques, as well as how to access post-secondary and community resources from the following:

  • 3Strands Global Foundation
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Discovery Challenge Academy
  • Employment Development Department (EDD)
  • Job Corps
  • La Familia Family Counseling Center
  • Northern California Construction Training (NCCT)
  • North State Building Association
  • Sacramento LGBT Community Center
  • Sacramento Metro Fire Department
  • Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps
  • SMUD
  • Southgate Recreation and Park District
  • US Army
  • Western Pacific Truck School

SCOE provides a junior and senior high school curriculum for students housed in facilities supervised by the Sacramento County Probation Department. The education program utilizes a standards-aligned curriculum and career-technical education to provide relevant learning experiences for students. In partnership with Probation, the program helps students develop and implement a student success plan for effective living and learning, preparing them for a future without recidivism.

Student talking to Conservation Corps representative
Student talking to US Army representative
Student receiving career information