Entering the labor market is a challenge facing low-income youths in Latin America. It is a daunting process that defines the lives of current and future generations.
At Forge, we address this problem through the Training and Work Program which is aimed at 16-22 year-olds from low-income families, who are in their last year of public high school.
Our program complements their formal education, encourages high school completion and is free for all participants. Once their training period is complete, we guide students into the workforce by placing them within quality companies.