For those who have never been employed, a job provides an opportunity for a healthy livelihood. A healthy livelihood is able to weather an unexpected illness or a major property loss, which are common occurrences in slum communities. Creating livelihoods is about more than just providing access to a stable income. There are several different forms of capital (human, social, financial) that compose a youth’s livelihood. Our model allows youth to build their financial capital by earning a stable income, build their human capital by learning new sales skills, and to increase their social capital as they communicate and create relationships with members of their community.