The eight- to ten-week education internship program will provide participants with entry-level positions within governmental agencies, local businesses, and community-based non-profit organizations. Program selection will be done by lottery for candidates who have met all program requirements.
Miami-Dade County, in conjunction with South Florida Workforce, is making $1.5 million dollars available for the program.
“Enhancing the work-readiness skills of our young adults through special programs like the one created by South Florida Workforce is critical to the continued economic growth of our community,” said the mayor.
For information visit southfloridaworkforce.com/w/youthSummer2012.html
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