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Pima County is prepared to employ young people this summer

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Pima County prepares to hire youth this summer

by Pima County News on Jan. 11, 2012, under ,
If you are between the ages of 14 and 21 and want to work, the summer youth program of the Pima County One-Stop Career Center will be accepting applications starting January 27.

Last summer, more than 400 billion won Pima County youth minimum wage and gained valuable experience working for the County, the City of Tucson, and the University of Arizona including participating businesses.

Among the works that were assumed administrative support, office, nursery assistant, assistant recreational, technical patient care, guidance at the Children's Museum and surgical trainee in Pima Animal Care Center.

Apply online January 27 in or pick up an employment application at your high school, community center or local library. The deadline expires on March 16.

The County received nearly three thousand 900 applications last year, said Dana Katbah, program manager. Participants are selected based on their applications, notice of their assessments and work interests.

Before his first day at work, participants attend a workshop day where they learn about the good work habits and expectations of their future employers.

Last year, Diana Guerrero, Cholla High School senior, work in the office of Road Machinery, LLC, a company that rents, sells and maintains a team used in construction, mining, forestry, lathes and other industries .

"I acquired many skills that I can use in future studies, " said Guerrero. "Can I write this as a valuable work experience for future job applications and my resume. Work ethic learned in real life also help me in my job search. "

The summer youth program also includes basic education, in which young people can gain school credit by participating as an apprentice in math, reading and writing.

For more information, contact Dana Katbah to Dana.Katbah @ pima.gov or call 798-0500.

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Source: tucsoncitizen.com

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