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Island non-profits still needed to put kids to work through Sept. 30 using federal stimulus money

Mayor’s Office takes advantage of Summer Youth Employment Program

Island non-profits still needed to put kids to work through Sept. 30 using federal stimulus money

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Non-profits needed to fill out Summer Youth Employment Program

Non-profits needed to fill out Summer Youth Employment Program

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor We’ve got the kids. Now we need some summer work for them. Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona was in Kona last week to talk up the Summer Youth Employment Program, which is using $3 million of federal stimulus money to put students to work. During his visit to the […]

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Summer Youth Employment Program signs up 1,200 so far

Summer Youth Employment Program signs up 1,200 so far

MEDIA RELEASE Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona has issued the following statement on the Summer Youth Employment Program, which provides young people, ages 14 through 23, job opportunities in government and non-profit agencies that pay $8 or more an hour: “More than 1,200 young people have signed-up statewide for the Summer Youth Employment Program. Our teens […]

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Hawaii rolls out youth employment program

Hawaii rolls out youth employment program

MEDIA RELEASE Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona has announced more than 1,000 jobs that pay $8 or more per hour are available immediately for young people, ages 14 through 23, from low-income families through the new 2010 Summer Youth Employment Program. “This is about providing our young people with an opportunity to develop skills, attitudes and […]

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Summer employment opportunities for low-income young people

Summer employment opportunities for low-income young people

MEDIA RELEASE Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona has announced the opportunity for young people from low-income families to earn wages while gaining valuable work experience in public service jobs through the 2010 Summer Youth Employment Program. Aiona made the announcement while visiting the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) Workforce Development Division Office in […]

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