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TPP is an interagency vocational program funded by the California State Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) in cooperation with the Humboldt County Office of Education and high schools in the Arcata, Eureka, Ferndale, Fortuna, Klamath Trinity, McKinleyville and Southern Humboldt areas.
“I love helping young adults figure out the direction they want to take for themselves, it’s really rewarding.”
–Frances Stinson, Fortuna/Ferndale Veterinary
“Angels of Hope shares TPP’s vision and goal of preparing young people to enter the work force with all the skills they need to succeed. Partnering with TPP has been a rewarding and wonderful experience. We love seeing young people gain confidence and walk away knowing they will be a valuable addition to any workplace. Our program is enriched by the diverse and talented group of youth we have the pleasure of meeting and working with through TPP.”
–Shannon Hardin, Manager, Angels of Hope
“We have enjoyed mentoring young people in the TPP Program. We have watched students build confidence in themselves by gaining work experience. I have supported the program for many years and will continue to build relationships with these students and help them aspire to the next level of their education or employment.”
–Melissa Hannan, Owner, Ultimate Yogurt & Spotlight Video
Elements that are commonly part of the school curriculum and/or educational delivery system.
Activities, learning experiences or strategies to increase career awareness, provide students with work-readiness skills and connect the classroom to work and engage in work-based learning experiences.
Engage youth in the process of developing self-advocacy and self-determination skills that apply to the classroom and the community. Link students with community agencies that provide support for transition after they leave high school. Engage business partners to advise and support work-based learning opportunities that lead to career readiness.
It is extremely vital that employers offer opportunities for students to get hands-on experience and interact with the public…being a part of the Workability 1 program supports the future or our youth.
Seth McGrath, Fortuna Grocery Outlet
It is a pleasure to have the students in the shop. They help us out a lot. It definitely breaks up the day. They all do a great job! All the students are friendly and respectful in our shop.
AM Hydro Team
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