May 6, 2005  
 

 

Youth Opportunity Program Has Slots Available For Your Jobs


Do you need student support this summer? Is your budget tight? Hire a Youth Opportunity Student and pay only half the hourly rate for the support you need.

Employment Services has received a record number of applicants for this program, many are over 18 years old and there is funding for more slots than in previous years. The Youth Opportunity Program is a 10-week program running from June 22 to August 31 for students between the ages of 16 22. This program, funded in part by Affirmative Action, is designed primarily to provide supplementary income to families in financial need, and to give entry-level students exposure to the work place while allowing them the opportunity to enhance their job skills in full time positions.

Contact Diedre Webb at: Ext. 4744, dee@slac.stanford.edu  

 

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Last update Friday May 06, 2005 by Topher White