Social Enterprise and Training Center (SEAT)
March 19 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
The SEAT Center provides education and training programs for underrepresented populations, businesses, and communities, with a strong focus on serving young adults, ages 16-24 years old.
The SEAT Center hires program graduates to provide residential and commercial fee-for-service work that delivers community impact at a competitive price. We offer a growing branch of social enterprise services that support the academic and workforce development of young adults. Each home or building that we service, put’s us one step closer to creating a livable wage job for a young person, helping us to combat poverty, increase employability, and transform a young person’s meaning of community and self.
This experiential will include: A discussion of the development of SEAT and its overarching mission, vision and priorities with Jennifer Lawrence, Executive Director.
- Overview of programs, services, numbers served, education and workforce training
- Watch one of our Videos
- Hear from a student
- Half hour speed mentoring with students – students discussing their current career goals and learn about more about our guests in a one on one format that rotates every 5 minutes.
Parking: There are two parking lots in the back of our building, on Liberty Street, that are for SEAT guests. To access the parking lot turn left off of N. Ferry Street.