Seeking to provide a way for the youth to secure well paying, meaningful jobs, Good Seed obtains its contractor’s license, making it one of the few nonprofit licensed contractors in the state. The Construction Apprenticeship Program (CAP) launches with a few young men who are interested in learning a viable trade.
The MTA project launches, providing a partnership with 211, an agency dedicated to serving homeless youth with a 24/7 crisis hotline. Preparations include a collaboration with local busses to run ads during Homeless Awareness Month. Good Seed now serves on the Steering Committee for Los Angeles Coalition to End Youth Homeless, and participates in the SPA 6 Homeless Coalition and on the SPA 6 Los Angeles County Mental Health Community meetings.