Adult Education, Utah State Office of Education
Adult Education in Utah is a program of instruction below the collegiate level for adults. Adult Education in Utah is comprised of Adult High School Completion (AHSC/ASE), Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
Educating Youth in State Care
Coordinated efforts between agencies can a difference and ensure educational success in the lives of children in foster care an your involved in the juvenile justice services. This site helps one interconnect with other agencies and gives resources you need when interacting with them.
Just for Youth
Site dedicated to Utah youth in the foster care system.
Just for Youth Scholarship
Olene S. Walker Transition to Adult Living Scholarship
Get up to $5,000 per year for college tuition, books, fees, supplies and living expenses.
In addition to scholarship money, awardees get to participate in extracurricular activities and work with a mentor who will help them succeed.
Who is Eligible?
Youth, who were in Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) foster care after age 14 or adopted after age 16, may be eligible.
National Resource Center for Youth Development
National Resource Center for Youth Development's (NRCYD) overall goal is to build the capacity of states and tribes to provide high quality services to their youth in out of home placements, former foster youth and other youth in at-risk situations.