Lifeline employment opportunities will be available to all persons without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, status as veteran, disability, or any other category protected under federal, state, or local law.
All services are provided without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national origin or military status.
The concept behind the program is simple: Youth equipped with tangible skills and work experience will have greater success finding employment than those who do not. The vocational building provides much-needed space for expanded training and instruction. In addition, the space will also serve as the production site for a student-run business, offering products like Adirondack furniture to the public. Youth will apply for production, marketing, and management positions within the business, providing even greater career experience.
In the end, it all comes down to one idea: we believe in the potential of every child we serve and we’re helping them see and achieve that same potential in themselves. We’re excited about the new construction that will take us one step further towards reaching that goal.
Things are looking a little different at Pierceton Woods Academy, with the addition of our new vocational facility. The pole-barn-style building is the latest development in our growing Leadership & Vocational Development program, which began in 2011.
Our community outreach at Brookmill Apartments helps families become stronger and more independent.
We help our residential
students focus on overcoming the past and seeking hope for the future.