Life Education and Adjustment Program (LEAP)

Acquire the workplace essential skills that employers are seeking.

What is It

Individuals will have the opportunity to work with others to acquire and demonstrate workplace readiness skills that are needed to become successful in the workplace.

Who Benefits

LEAP is geared to individuals who need to acquire of further develop skills that are needed to become successful in obtaining and maintaining the best job fit. Services are typically provided in a group setting to maximize the positive impact of peer support and mentoring. They may be referred by the OVR or deemed eligible for SNAP E&T or LFCUG Workforce Development programs.

How it Works

The LEAP program includes 10 modules:

  • Self-Awareness;
  • Personal Values and Ethics
  • Problem Solving/Decision Making
  • Self-Advocacy/Communication Skills;
  • Effective Communication;
  • Workplace Readiness
  • Interpersonal Skills; Workplace Readiness/
  • Good Character Traits
  • Job Exploration, Resume Writing, Applying, Interviewing
  • Financial Literacy

Activities are tailored to meet the needs of each individual in the class.

LEAP classes are held between 9-12 weeks, two days per week for 3 hours per day.