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That camping trip, which took place at the Treasure Valley Scout Reservation in Paxton, was made possible through a partnership with the Appalachian Mountain Club's Youth Opportunity Program.
The Bridges to Work program is an extension of the Department of Labor Youth Opportunity Program, providing job readiness training and transitional job opportunities to at-risk youth ages 17-25 with barriers to education and employability.
Mueller has a degree in health education from Northern Arizona University and most recently worked for Cook Inlet Tribal Council and its youth opportunity program.
Design youth opportunity programs to provide all youngsters with the chance to reach their potential, regardless of circumstances.
The 10 students were just a fraction of the young people who have participated in outdoor activities with the help of the Appalachian Mountain Club's Youth Opportunity Program, which tagged Worcester as its newest Summit Site earlier this year.
The Youth Opportunity Program (YOP) in Boulder, Colo.
Under Housing and Urban Development Department rules for the $17 billion Renewal Community program, communities to be helped by various tax incentives must be contiguous so the Northeast Valley was excluded just as it was three years ago on a federal youth opportunity program.
Though funding for the program is expiring, the White House also is seeking to continue school-to-work goals through other programs such as Youth Opportunity programs funded by the Department of Labor and an Education Department grant program to promote career academies and smaller learning environments in high schools.