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New Rochelle Accepting Summer Youth Employment Applications

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NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- Summer youth employment applications are being accepted for youths ages 14 to 21 for positions through New Rochelle Youth Bureau's summer employment programs. 

The following programs are accepting applications: 

  • Network Youth Leadership Program: This program provides youth ages 14 to 17 years with job readiness skills training and actual work experience for six weeks during July and August. Stipend payments are $175 weekly for a 20-hour week. Fifty-five percent of program participants must meet income eligibility guidelines. 
  • TANF Summer Youth Employment Program: This program is supported by the Westchester/Putnam Local Workforce Investment Board will employ income eligible youth ages 14 to 18 for six weeks during July and August. The rate of pay is $8.75 per hour, five hours per day. All youth must meet TANF income guidelines.
  • Summer Internship Program: This program will employ eight young adults ages 18 – 21 with specific internships to an assigned Governmental Departments or local Community – Based Agencies/Programs. The program operates for six weeks during July and August. Pay is $8.75 per hour, five hours per day. No income eligibility required. Funded by the New York State Office of Children & Family Service and contingent upon current State funding. 

Applications for all programs are available 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday in the Youth Bureau office, 515 North Ave., New Rochelle, and on line at Application deadline is Friday, May 15, at 4 p.m.

For more information, contact the Youth Bureau at 914-654-2045. The Youth Bureau is currently seeking work-site partners to host interns, as well as program sponsorships.

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