Union County Summer Youth Employment Pilot Program

The Summer Youth Employment Pilot Program (SYEPP) seeks to address youth poverty, unemployment and crime rates by providing income eligible, in-school and out-of-school youth, ages 16-24, with summer employment that encourages a successful transition to the workforce. Approximately 760 youth in counties across the state, including Union County, will benefit from the program by working 20 to 30 hours a week, earning $10.50 per hour, and participating in four hours of work readiness training per week.  Interested  individuals and prospective students  should fill out an application on the United Way website  at https://www.uwguc.orglyepp-summer-initiative.

Please see Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders letter for details.

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