Education Leading to Employment & Career Training (ELECT)
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The ELECT program helps teenagers understand parenthood while also giving them support to graduate high school through group and individualized services.
ELECT focuses on attendance, graduation and then transition to the work place or higher education.
ELECT services include Fathering support groups, life skills training, family budgeting, academic/homework assistance, attendance tracking, child development and parenting skills.
Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry
The Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT) initiative helps pregnant and parenting teens earn a diploma or GED certificate, become better parents and make the transition to employment or higher education.
Students, age 22 or younger, who meet income eligibility requirements