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jobCap4Kids Teen Volunteer And Job Opportunities resource page. List of other potential resources.onlinehttp://cap4kids.org/philadelphia/parent-handouts/teen-resources/volunteer-and-job-opportunities/
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jobUC Green Corps Greening Maintenance Program. The UC Green Corps season starts mid-May, on Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. During summer break, the regular schedule will be 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and may continue after school and on Saturdays during September. Please note that this schedule is subject to change. $8/hr.Office Phone: 215-476-0124http://www.ucgreen.org/index.php/about-us/uc-green-corps
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jobThe Philadelphia Department of Parks & Recreation has launched its 2017 Lifeguard Recruitment Campaign and will begin its competitive lifeguard recruitment process this in February. For the initial screening, candidates must be at least 15 years of age. Lifeguards must be 16 to work for Parks and Rec, but can work as lifeguards at a private pool at 15.http://www.westphillylocal.com/2017/02/01/philadelphia-parks-rec-hiring-lifeguards-for-summer-2017-pool-season/http://www.phila.gov/ParksandRecreation/getinvolved/Pages/Lifeguard_CPR_Training.aspx
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jobPhiladelphia Streets Department Philly Future Track. The Philly Future Track program provides the job-skill training and real-world work experience you need for a potential job with the City of Philadelphia. You must be eligible to work in the U.S., have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and be a Philadelphia resident to qualify. Applicants are encouraged to be between the ages of 18-24 in order to maximize program benefits.http://www.philadelphiastreets.com/philly-future-track/
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jobCity of Philadelphia Youth Programs Summer Jobs. Sometimes lists other youth employment opportunities throughout the year.http://www.phila.gov/youthprograms/jobs/Pages/default.aspx#page=1
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3/11/2017community event3/11/20173/11/2017ManuFest Youth Manufacturing Expo. Because the cool career possibilities in America's new manufacturing boom shouldn't be a secret anymore! Think great salaries, a killer job market, and career paths that range from engineering to management to welding. Think the latest technology, green innovations, 3-D printing. Think Apple, Nike, Google. Saturday, March 11 from 9:30am to Noon.Montgomery County Community College
340 Dekalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
http://www.manufest.org/
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3/3/17job training/professional developmentWest Philadelphia Skills Initiative. WPSI is now recruiting West Philadelphians for training and job opportunities as a Security Officer with Allied Universal. Applicants must: Be a resident of 19104, 19131, 19139, 19143, or 19151. Possess a high school diploma or GED. Be unemployed. Have experience working in security and/or customer service. Graduates of this program will: Receive a guaranteed interview with Allied Universal. Build cutting-edge job connection strategies that result in 95% of WPSI graduates finding work. Earn a generous, performance-based stipend while in training. Gain an accelerated connection to a career you love and the life you want!
http://www.universitycity.org/opportunities-job-seekers
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job training/professional developmentPowerCorpsPHL engages disconnected young adults, ages 18 to 26, in transforming their lives through service. Corps members participate in 6-months of AmeriCorps service that provides them the opportunity to develop the skills required to become environmental stewards, secure meaningful work, and become civically engaged members of society.http://powercorpsphl.org/
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jobCobb's Creek Watershed Stewards is an environmental education program along Cobbs Creek designed to empower students ages 15-18 and engage West Philly residents. Accepted students will be trained as a steward of the creek, earn money, gain real-world experience, and engage with environmental and civic leaders in the area.Alisa Shargorodsky, alisa@landhealthinstitute.org, 267-571-5750 OR Dan Schupsky, daniel.schupsky@phila.gov, 215-683-3405
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job7/6/178/18/17Triskeles Philadelphia Youth Programs is looking for young community leaders for our Youth Leadership Council. This is an opportunity for 15-18 year olds to learn how to organize and strategize solutions for social concerns that impact young people and their communities. If you know of any students who show a propensity towards leadership and have an interest in community organizing and call-to-action work, consider nominating them to this program!
To nominate students, email their name and contact information to mjaroszewicz@triskeles.org. The program will start July 6th and runs until August 18th. Spaces are limited.http://triskelesprograms.org/
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internshipPaid Summer Internship with PEC at 3939 Warren Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Open to youth ages 14-18. Spend your summer getting paid to make videos, designs, and animations for PEC's Center for Digital Inclusion. Build your resume and earn money while you learn professional media creation skills! Apply at www.workready.org and use PEC's provider referral number: S223.People's Emergency Center (3939 Warren St)Questions? Contact nkuruna@pec-cares.org or 267-777-5816
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job6/26/178/8/17Participate in state Rep. Vanessa Brown's Summer Leadership Program. This program runs in partnership with the Philadelphia Youth Network. Program begins Monday, June 26 and runs through Friday, August 18. Teens between the ages of 14 and 18 can spend the summer in Rep. Brown's office learning the skills necessary for future employment. Space is limited to 20 students from the 190th Legislative District. Students must come to Rep. Brown’s district office, 1435 N. 52nd St., to complete an online registration.State Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown's district office (1435 N 52nd St)For additional information contact State Representative Vanessa Lowery Brown at 1435 N. 52nd St., Philadelphia, PA 19131, 215-879-6615, or vbrown@pahouse.net.http://www.pahouse.com/files/2017-03-31_085027__190%20Summer%20Leadership%20Program%200317.pdf
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internshipExperience!Philadelphia: A list of internship opportunities in the City of Philadelphia offices.http://www.phila.gov/experiencephila/highschool.html
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internshipThe Children's Hospital of Philadelphia: Volunteer and internship opportunities for high school students to gain real-world experience in the healthcare field at CHOP. http://www.chop.edu/about-us/volunteer-opportunities
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7/21/17jobMonument Lab High School Research Fellows join a collaborative team working at one of the labs to foster conversations with public participants about art, history, civic engagement, and monuments. The fellows will be based at one of the 10 research labs, two afternoons a week. Fellows will assist in collecting ideas and proposals from members of the community, and help make sure those ideas are documented as part of a larger report to the city. The fellows should be high school students from the Philadelphia community, and should be excited about talking with other Philadelphians about art, history, and the city. From September–November 2017 (9 weeks). $800 stipend to be paid in eight $100 payments.If interested in this position, please send a resume and cover letter to pmo@muralarts.org with “High School Research Fellow” in the subject line.https://www.philaculture.org/jobbank/29533/monument-lab-high-school-research-fellows
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