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If Lexington held a contest for best summer job of 2014, Dick Gabriel's and Doug Flynn's would be hard to beat. Gabriel, the veteran sports broadcaster, and Flynn, the 1980 National League Gold Glove second baseman, are seeing the country this summer
The East Bay Community Foundation received a $50,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase & Co. to support summer jobs for Oakland teens. The foundation is sharing the grant with Lao Family Community Development, Youth Employment Partnership and Youth Uprising.
Seattle, and Neighbors thought Edens a teacher and the girls basketball coach at Lake Stevens High School would be a good candidate for the position. He's a guy with connections, said Edens, who became acquainted with Neighbors after Neighbors joined
The District of Columbia's Summer Youth Employment Program starts June 30 and continues through Aug. 8...Gray is attempting to avoid the front-page bureaucratic train wrecks that have often trademarked the program since the 1980s. However, the summer
Dwane Holloman plans to dedicate his summer to an American rite of passage: a teen job. The 17-year-old will operate amusement park rides at Hersheypark in Pennsylvania, near his home. More of his peers could share his luck this year, as short-term
00 pm Posted in Ahhh, summertime and the living is anything other than easy if you have to work. If you're not able to land an internship (or not wealthy enough to do an unpaid one), then you're most likely looking at getting a crappy summer job!
Cornerstone Full Gospel Baptist Church and the McDonald Hughes Community Center and must be returned to the CSP's offices at 601 Black Bears Way by noon Wednesday. File The Tuscaloosa News Staff Writer The Tuscaloosa News Published: Thursday, June 12,
New Haven has raised enough money to pay for 500 teenagers to get summer jobs through its Youth@Work program, Mayor Toni Harp announced in a press conference Thursday. Youth@Work, which places kids aged 14 to 17 into 5-week summer jobs, served 748
Summer jobs are a rite of passage and a sign that teens are transitioning to adulthood. Most importantly, they are also a way to earn extra money for college, special interests, and activities. They offer a taste of the real world, and help develop
It's a far better state of affairs than it was," said John Challenger , chief executive officer of Challenger, Gray & Christmas , an outplacement consulting company. "Teens that are intentional about getting out there and looking not sitting behind