SUMMER

YOUTH

WORKFORCE

If you are between the ages of 17-21* Stanislaus County Workforce Development wants to help you find the summer job that's right for you. Employment is up to 8 weeks with a maximum 24 hours a week from June through August 2022.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

This program is open to high school seniors and college students ages 17-21 in Stanislaus County. TheWorkforce Development Youth Advisors work with students to find them a summer job in their field ofinterest. By joining the Summer Youth Workforce, candidates not only earn a paycheck but also gainvaluable industry skills, work experience and build their resumes for future employment.

All eligible in-school youth are invited to sign up.

  • College Students looking for summer work
  • High School Seniors (Must be 17 years old with a work permit)
  • English Language Learners
  • Homeless Youth
  • Individuals with Disabilities
  • Pregnant or Parent Youth
  • Justice Involved
  • Runaway
  • TANF/CALFRESH Recipients

 

WHEN DO I START WORK?

Employment can last up to 8 weeks from June through August 2022. Start dates are flexible based on the schedules of both youth candidates and employers.

HOW MANY HOURS WILL I WORK?

Youth candidates work a maximum of 24 hours per week. Schedules are based upon the availability of the candidate and employer supervision. Work schedules are subject to change.

Already Enrolled?

Are you already signed up and need to contact us?
Give us a call or text at (209) 303-1014 or call the office at (209) 556-1558

 

SUMMER

YOUTH

WORKFORCE

FOR

EMPLOYERS

SOLVE TODAY'S WORKLOAD WITH TOMORROW'S WORKFORCE!


The Summer Youth Workforce program is focused on providing businesses with a pre-screened, no cost youth* workforce during the summer months of 2022.

 

Summer Youth Workforce candidates are 17-21 years of age. Employment lasts from June through August with flexible start dates. Call 209-303-1014 by June 23, 2022, to participate.

WHY HIRE A SUMMER YOUTH?

INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY

Additional labor allows businesses to take advantage of short-term support. Additional productivity can help free up existing staff to accomplish special projects or tasks that require higher-level expertise.

FIND FUTURE EMPLOYEES

Participating in the Summer Youth Workforce program allows you the benefit of added labor while avoiding the potential pitfall of training a new hire that ends up not being the right fit.

NO COST LABOR

Stanislaus County Workforce Development is the employer of record for Youth Summer Workforce candidates and pays all wages, taxes and worker's compensation associated with employment.

NO COST RECRUITMENT

Summer Youth Workforce Advisors pre-screen candidates and provide resume, interview and soft skills training as necessary. Please inform Youth Advisor staff if the open position in your company requires a specific skill set or level of interest.

DEVELOP LEADERSHIP IN CURRENT STAFF

As current employees mentor and supervise interns, they'll gain valuable leadership skills. This can provide excellent training for a current employee who will eventually move into a leadership role.

SUPPORT LOCAL STUDENTS

Support local students in gaining valuable experience, develop important job-related skills, make connections, strengthen their resumes and assess their interests and abilities.

*Work permit required for anyone under the age of 18 years old.

 

This program is funded by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and is available to those who qualify. This WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

INTERESTED IN HIRING SUMMER HELP?

Give us a call or text at (209) 303-1014 or call the office at (209) 556-1558

 

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