Summer Youth Training Program 2017
The Summer Youth Training Program (SYTP) is designed to prepare young people for the world of work. This program only serves individuals between the ages of 14 and 21 years of age residing in Leon County who want to use their summer vacation to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities needed in a workplace environment. This program provides youth with an opportunity to earn money while gaining valuable work experience, skills-oriented training and career exposure. Summer youth applicants are able to choose from a variety of Leon County Divisions which include the Leon County Commissioners Offices, Library Services, Emergency Medical Services, Management Information Systems, Parks & Recreation and several others. These positions will require individuals to perform tasks such as:
- Clerical duties (filings, typing, copying, enter data, answering phones).
- Maintaining ball fields and parks grounds.
- Helping to stock emergency vehicles.
- Showing others how to use the internet.
- Cataloging and shelving books.
- Maintaining warehouse shelves.
This year we are advertising a limited number of SYTP positions. This is a five week program that will last from Monday, June 12 until Friday, July 14. All positions will require youth to commit 20 hours per week of their time. Each youth worker will be paid a set salary per hour. Please use the link below to explore the SYTP 2017 positions.
The Eligibility Requirements for the SYTP:
- Be between 14 and 21 years of age.
- Live in Leon County.
- Fully committed and motivated to the program and the position requirements.
- Completed application, which must be submitted by 5:00 PM, Friday, April 21, 2017.