Youth in LCCAA Program Have Busy Summerposted 8/21/17 -- Eight teenagers from Lorain County are having a busy summer with LCCAA's Youth Program.
The program allows them to visit colleges and area businesses and hear from a variety of guest speakers. Community service and career development are also highlighted.
"We want them to think about their future - both as individuals and as community members," said Program Coordinator Bobby Taylor. "For some of them, these are ideas they've never considered: going to college, volunteering, building a resume."
So far, the group has toured the Federal Reserve Bank (pictured), University of Toledo, Cleveland State University and Lorain County Community College. They have also served as counselors for a NASA Sponsored daycamp, stocked Little Free Libraries, helped at food pantries, learned to write a resume, spruced up Direct Action Community Development Corporation properties and toured Elyria Plastics and PolyOne corporations.
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