Robert Haick (Program Supervisor/Assistant Professor-CBOT)

Student Services - Counseling
Career Center
The Independent Living Program (ILP) offers support to youth in foster care and youth in extended foster care, ages 14 up to 21, as they encounter life's challenges and work towards becoming self-sufficient, successful adults. Employment services include assistance with applications, resumes, interviewing skills, job seeking tips, and job leads.

The Supported Training & Employment Program is a paid internship program, managed collectively by the Human Resources Department and the Human Services Agency (HSA), and designed to comprehensively prepare and train foster youth ages 18-24 during their transition into the workforce and adulthood.

The purpose of the program is to introduce former foster youth who are at risk of underemployment to “the world of work.”