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CCEO Youthbuild

CCEO YouthBuild is an innovative program designed to provide “at risk” youth aged 16-24 that reside in the Los Angeles area with preparation leading to a High School diploma, Life Skills and Leadership Development training concurrently with vocational and hands-on training in the construction trades and other career paths. Some program participants will assist in building housing units for low and moderate-income families and be involved in providing services to the community through special projects. Upon completion of approximately ten months of training, participants will be provided with post-secondary education/job placement services and graduate follow-up services.

This listing was last updated Feb 27, 2018

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5021 Lennox Boulevard, Lennox, CA 90304, USAGet Directions

  • 310-225-3060 x209

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