Lorain County Community Action Agency Youth Services Assists with Pathways Enrichment Center Back-to-School Event – Morning Journal

Lorain County Community Action Agency Youth Services participants helped Pathways Enrichment Center with its annual back-to-school event on August 6.

The youths helped distribute school supplies, food and other items, according to a press release.

The event also included free haircuts and makeup, according to the statement.

Pathways is a nonprofit center within Full Gospel Ministries, located at 2505 N. Leavitt Road in Lorain, dedicated to enriching children, families, and individuals by developing their potential through tutoring , mentoring, education and counseling, according to its website.

Lorain County Community Action Agency Youth Services also assisted LCCAA Starter Centers with assembling furniture and orientation kits and assisting with classroom setup, according to the release. .

LCCAA partners with the Lorain County Workforce Development Agency and OhioMeansJobs to offer a summer program for teens and young adults designed to develop leadership and professional skills, according to the statement.

Two programs are available in Lorain County:

The summer jobs program is for young people aged 15 to 18 who are attending high school.

The EDGE program is offered year-round to young people aged 16 to 24, whether or not they have completed high school.

All eligibility requirements are determined and reviewed by the Lorain County Workforce Development Agency and OhioMeansJobs.

For information, contact Bobby Taylor, Director of Planning and Community Services, at [email protected] or 440-204-3153.

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