State Attourney's Office- Project Payback
Program Location: Services are in person and on request, in State Attourney's Office
120 west university avenue
Program Contact: Gretchen Casey
Description: Juvenile offenders that have been court ordered to pay restitution.
We have the potential to be able to help juveniles- someone under the age of 18. Have the ability to do job skill training with juveniles, resume preperation, interview skills, application pointers, applying for jobs, how to talk about and describe a criminal past.
Help young people be in a better place to get and keep a job.
Program Type: in-person
Certificate Type: No, but can provide references
Time of Day: Business hours, sometimes make an exception
Schedule: Training is limited to no more than 3 2 hour sessions.
Benefits: job training
Common Age Group: generally 16-17
Average Number of Participants: between 50-60
Scholarships: No financial incentives, but they help get money incur, they can work off money they owe through community service hours if it will enhance life skills
Partners: Juvenile Justice System, Judges, Department of jUvenile justice probation officers
Comments: Open to work with other partners
Cost: No cost or fees