Early Childhood Education

The Education, Employment and Training Division (EE&T) was formed in 1987.

The mission of EE&T is to cultivate growth in youth and young adults by providing comprehensive programs and supportive services leading to successful educational attainment and employment.

The division is comprised of programs that provide alternative education, drop out prevention and workforce development services to youth and young adults. EE&T serves over 3,000 youth and adults per year providing tutoring, High School Equivalency Diploma instruction (GED or HiSET,) workforce training, leadership activities, mentoring, job development and work experience.

All programs and services are aimed at empowering youth to further develop the skills and education necessary to promote positive citizenship in their community.

Program Highlights

Head Start

Early Head Start/Head Start are two of the most successful federally childhood education programs ever created. It promotes the school readiness of children ages 0-5 from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development.


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