A limited number of additional positions will be available in the Summer Youth Employment Program to be offered at Project Self-Sufficiency during July and August. Eligible Sussex County teens, ages 15 – 17, will receive free employability skills instruction at Project Self-Sufficiency, and will participate in paid, on-the-job training at local workplaces. The Summer Youth Employment Program will take place Monday – Thursday, July 14th – August 14th. Eligibility is based on family income, lack of transportation, and current enrollment in high school. Free transportation to and from Project Self-Sufficiency and the work sites will be provided to participants. Space is limited; applications must be received by July 3rd. For information about eligibility or to schedule an interview, call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500.
Additional Paid Positions Available in Teen Workplace Training Program
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