Youth WRAP is a weekend program for young adults on probation. The program engages teens and young adults ages 14 to 26 in meaningful, service-oriented work on Saturdays. WRAP members rehabilitate churches, plant trees, work in community gardens, and distribute food to those most in need.
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While helping their communities, clients help themselves by gaining skills that can enhance their opportunities for employment. In addition to basic life skills, WRAP members learn how to take direction, work as a team, and resolve conflict successfully. They also learn how satisfying it can be to connect with others and give back to the community.
Youth WRAP (Weekend Restorative Assistance Program) uses a restorative justice approach. It was created to help young adults on probation build stronger connections to their community and understand their responsibility for its safety and success. Once these young adults transition out of the justice system, those connections can help them move past prior mistakes and stay on the right track.
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What is YouthWRAP?
YouthWRAP (Weekend Restorative Assistance Program). This program was created in 2012 after Superstorm Sandy.
What is the Application Period?
|YouthWRAP Sessions||Session Dates||Application Filing Deadline ||Number of work weeks|
|Spring||March 26 – April 30, 2022
||March 2, 2022
Am I required to supply my social security number as part of my participation?
Yes. You will need to provide your social security number for this program.
Am I required to supply my a consent waiver as part of my participation?
Yes. A consent waiver is required for this program.
Who do I contact if the application is not successful?
If you wish to apply, but you were not successful through the Online Application System, please contact Career Services at email@example.com