Due to 

Covid19

 All client meetings are conducted via Zoom and Google Meet

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 Transitional Youth/Employment Services in Baltimore 

 Leaders In Transition

(LIT)

Program

 

Lydia's House Leaders In Transition (LIT) program provides community employment service options for transitional age youth and adults with special needs.

The unrest in Baltimore City and its pattern of concentrated poverty,
disconnected youth and culture of violence without recourse, inspired the
vision for the Leaders In Transition (LIT) program.

A person-centered approach....

Employment

Training

Leadership

Skills

Character

Building

Work-Based Readiness Training

Work-Based Learning Experience

Assist individuals with learning and developing employment
skills and work behaviors that are required to achieve and
maintain positive employment outcomes. The LIT program
will provide individualized community-based work
experiences at a local community job site. The work-based learning services will help prepare individuals in becoming stronger leaders of our community and offer the ability to earn gainful employment.

JOB DEVELOPMENT

Job Development / Coaching

The LIT staff will work diligently to provide, identify individuals with disabilities to promote maximum integration in a community employment setting. The LIT program will develop hiring solutions through a customized employment process that seeks to understand the
needs, the interest, and the strengths of our leaders through various assessments and interviewing tools.

Youth Services (Future Leaders)

After high school, What's next?...

The LIT program will guide and assist eligible students with making informed choices by providing paid work-based learning opportunities in-school, after school, and throughout the summer months.


LIT services include, but not limited to:
- Financial Literacy

- Travel Training

- Character Building

- Leadership Skills Training
- Benefits Counseling 

Learn:

by participating in employment training opportunities

Earn:

earn while taking part in a customized hands-on work experience

Lead:

with confidence and assurance in a successful career path

Contact Information

LIT Program

10 E. North Ave. Suite 5

Baltimore, MD 21202

 

443.574.5119

lit@lhndc.org

www.bmorelit.org

Get In Touch

Hours: Mon-Fri 09:00 - 5:00 pm

Email: info@lhndc.org

Phone: 202-373-1050

Lydia's House Headquarters: 

4101 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SW

Washington, DC 20032

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