The POWER Program is an employment training program specifically for adults of disadvantaged families or those under 18 years of age with at least one child in the home. POWER, Personal Options With Employment Results, is a 35 hour a week program offering financial assistance with tuition, school supplies, clothing, transportation, utilities, and other day to day expenses that could become a barrier to completing an education plan. POWER also assists in obtaining driver’s license and high school diploma equivalent. This program is federal and state grant funded governed by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services and the Oklahoma Department of Career Tech. POWER assists students with Career Tech enrollment, completion, and career placement. The ultimate goal of POWER is to help its students complete their education and become gainfully employed.