The Summer time Youth Employment Application, June 6 — Oct. 14, is returning to Somerset and Hunterdon counties for the third year in a row.
The application allows give paid out perform ordeals and internships for 60 younger folks in the two counties, as effectively as candidates to fill all those positions.
Youth members should be concerning the ages of 16 and 24, people of Hunterdon or Somerset counties, and can be in faculty or out of college. Each individual participant will perform 25 hrs per 7 days above any 8-7 days period. The participant’s stipend will be $15 for every hour, totaling $3,000 for each participant.
Of that weekly full, 21 hrs will be for the businesses, and the other four several hours for every week will be expended on profession readiness coaching using the SkillUp Higher Raritan online discovering portal and a independent virtual lifestyle techniques educational system.
“We want to ensure that our youth participants have a beneficial summer months work working experience that sets them on lifelong job pathways and that our employer individuals get the work assistance they need for the duration of the summer season months,” the GRWDB’s Career Developer and Coordinator for the GRWDB Summer season Youth Employment Plan Jeanne Cassano said.
At the moment, the plan is hunting for fascinated businesses to aid present paid out do the job ordeals and internships. Any private, community, or non-revenue employer in any field of any measurement in Hunterdon and Somerset counties with available aspect-time positions could use. These can be out of doors employment chances or on-website career work that abides by CDC guidelines.
Companies can post a Ask for for Purposes (RFAs) for the program at little bit.ly/3Lo5P5p. Youth candidates intrigued in the software can use at www.thegrwdb.org. The deadline for both of those apps is April 22.
Any person with queries can make contact with Cassano at [email protected] or contact 908-541-5785.
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