(SAINT PAUL) - Applications for the City of Saint Paul’s Youth Job Corps program will be available Monday, February 18, 2013 on the City’s web page, www.stpaul.gov/jobs. Interested individuals should submit an application no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2013.
The Youth Job Corps (YJC) program is designed for economically disadvantaged or at-risk Saint Paul youth and young adults ages 14-24 who are interested in summer employment and career exploration. Qualified candidates for this program will have the opportunity to work in a variety of industries during the summer.
Who Is Eligible? Economically disadvantaged or at-risk Saint Paul youth, ages 14 to 24.
What Are The Wages? YJC workers are paid $7.25 an hour.
How Many Hours Do YJC Workers Work? YJC workers average 15 hours per week.
When Does It Start? Most jobs will begin June 17, 2013 and end August 23, 2013.
To Apply All applications must be completed and submitted online at www.stpaul.gov/jobs. Youth without access to a computer or in need of assistance applying can visit their local recreation center, library, or school.
BackgroundThe YJC program was started in January of 2004 and has since employed and helped provide valuable career skills for more than 5,000 Saint Paul youth. Visit www.stpaul.gov/yjc or http://www.facebook.com/YouthJobCorps for more information.