Mayor Brandon Scott Provides YouthWorks Update
(Baltimore, MD) -- Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott says the city's summer job program has helped 67-hundred teens and young adults find work.
Our young people are eager to work and this is an amazing opportunity for them to strengthen their skills and earn some dollars.— Brandon M. Scott (@MayorBMScott) July 5, 2022
He says it's the second year in a row YouthWorks has helped find jobs for every candidate who applied.
The program places 14-to-21-year-olds with one of 400 employers across the city to earn money and gain valuable skills.
It's touted as one of the largest summer jobs programs in the country.
This article was contributed by source.metronetworks.com.