Wednesday 19 Jun 2019

City Won’t Make Last Minute Changes To Summer Youth Program

Besides an extended application period, there will be no changes to Goldsboro’s Summer Youth Employment Initiative.

Several city officials recently met and discussed several possible improvements for the annual program.

Goldsboro Community Relations Director Shycole Simpson-Carter told the city council Monday there was a reason to only potentially hire up to 57 teens this year.

Simpson-Carter explained each worksite must provide an employee to work with and monitor the young employee.

Simpson-Carter says 43 youth have already applied for the summer jobs program, and the application deadline has been extended until April 8th.

The Goldsboro City Council agreed to not make any changes before the 2019 Summer Youth Employment Initiative gets underway.

A copy of the application, eligibility requirements and further information can be found on the City of Goldsboro’s Community Relations Department webpage.

Interested applicants can also call the Community Relations Department at 919-580-4359.

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