Partners for Youth announces 2023 Summer Youth Job Training Program Open Enrollment

Partners for Youth has announced Open Enrollment for the 2023 Summer Youth Job Training Program (SYJTP). SYJTP provides workforce training opportunities for 300 Lexington youth who are rising 10th, 11th and 12th-grade high school students by teaming with Lexington’s business and community-based partners. Youth workers will work part-time, up to 20 hours per week, and earn $15 per hour. The city government pays all youth workers’ salaries.

Open Enrollment is an opportunity for youth interested in SYJTP to complete the enrollment process. This is also an opportunity for those who have already submitted an application but still need to complete all other required documents. 

For more information, visit the Partners for Youth website.  

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Partners for Youth works to empower the community to support the most vulnerable and valuable youth in Lexington. Their mission is to promote positive youth development and to prevent juvenile delinquency through collaboration and capacity building.

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