The Youth & Family Collective is excited to partner with the City of Sacramento to launch #SacYouthWorks, a new pilot project to support youth in connecting, learning, and earning this summer
With the disruption of COVID-19, youth are in need of opportunity to engage this summer now more than ever. The City of Sacramento is responding to the needs of youth by allocating Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to support youth in connecting to paid, work-based learning experiences this summer.
#SacYouthWorks has created a network of youth service providers to connect up to 400 young people (ages 14-18) in work-based learning experiences. Youth will earn a $400 stipend upon completing 40 hours of programming.
The Youth & Family Collective is helping organizations connect to existing community service projects. The Youth & Family Collectiveis offering shared training opportunities to support completion of 40-hours of programming if needed.
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For questions about the #SacYouthWorks program, contact: SacYouthWorks@youthandfamilycollective.org.