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This year Global Youth Service Day will take place April 11-13th, 2014.
Register your project today and let us know what you will be doing to serve your community!
REGISTER PROJECT

Earn & Learn Private Sector Job Connection is now accepting job order forms from businesses and companies in the Milwaukee area looking to hire students for summer 2014.
Once we recieve the job orders, we will carefully match students who meet the employers' job description. Then, employers would interview the students to choose the right canidate for their company. Please give a chance to youth all over Milwaukee to gain the experience they need for the future of Milwaukee.
JOB ORDER FORM

Lead to Succeed’s Social Entrepreneurship Competition/Safe Street, Healthy Kids Week 3
Radio Milwaukee featured the 2012 Social Entrepreneurship Competition project on their "Safe Streets, Healthy Kids" segment. Lead to Succeed President Karin Smith was interviewed along with several Lead to Succeed students at the Professional Learning Institute. (read more...)

Freshwater Summit Held at Discovery World for Area High Schoolers
Fox 6 covered “Building the Water Generation”, a freshwater summit at Discovery World in partnership with Lead to Succeed.  At the event, 100 students from Milwaukee-area high schools learned about the importance of freshwater systems and helped create a youth-oriented water website. (read more...) 

State Grant to Help Students Map Job Path
The Business Journal discusses how My Life! My Plan! helps students prepare for future jobs. (read more...)
 
New Program Helps High School Students Plan Career Paths
Fox 6 interviews students and educators during a My Life! My Plan! career session. (view clip)
 
Milwaukee-Area Career Planning Pilot Helps 1,900 High School Students Explore Potential Pathways
The National Association of State Workforce Agencies highlights the many achievements of My Life! My Plan!  (read more...)
 

 

Mission
LVP seeks to expand and improve youth workforce development efforts in Milwaukee by sharing resources, facilitating and supporting collaborations between the public and private sectors, and advocating for youth workforce development partners in the community.

Vision
LVP’s vision is that the public and private sectors in Milwaukee will effectively and efficiently work together to provide the best college and career readiness programs to the city’s youth.


Contact Information
William J. Malone
Youth Development Coordinator
Phone: 414.286-5894
Email: William.Malone@milwaukee.gov
Dept. of City Development
809 North Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202