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Unique opportunity for Chicago-Area businesses

Posted by Admin On February - 13 - 2014

Employers: Pave positive pathways for youth in your community!

(From Illinois African American Coalition for Prevention)

Employers, make a difference this summer! The Community Violence Prevention Program’s Youth Employment Program provides employers with a unique opportunity to gain a valuable employee without cost. Hire youth ages 16-24 through CVPP and all wages will be grant-subsidized. In addition, the program manages all payroll and bookkeeping functions related to employment, oversees recruitment and screening, and provides workforce development training to make its recruits valued employees.

Youth and local businesses in CVPP’s 24 communities are invited to join the Youth Employment Program.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to create positive pathways for young people in your community!

To learn more or to participate in the Youth Employment Program, go to www.ilcvpp.org.

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