From the Ground Up
Youth Internships For Summer Season
(Oct 3rd - Jan 2, 13 Weeks)
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Take an active youth leadership role in your community!
sign up for CSU’s From The Ground Up seasonal internships.

Learn an array of skills such as:
• Growing your own food
• Presenting and conducting outreach
• Business acumen and social marketing
• Understanding social justice and how it connects to your community.


From The Ground Up Internship is an educational/learning program giving YOU the opportunity to learn new things that help you to open your mind. Progress in the community involves progress amongst young people, which means progress in you! By going through the internship you become more engaged with your community and with CSU’s work and can move on to become an apprentice and remain part of the FGU alumni program. If you are interested please either complete the application form.

From the Ground Up Internship Program is an apprenticeship/training program that provides a great opportunity for you to learn new skills, benefit your community and earn a modest stipend. If you are interested contact us now, and we will be in touch about how and when you can become involved.

Community Services Unlimited Inc./From the Ground Up
P.O. Box 62696 - Los Angeles, CA 90062
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE ADDRESS ABOVE OR EMAILED TO FGU@CSUINC.ORG. APPLICATION IS DUE September 15, 2015.

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