Youth @ Work thanks community for an outstanding response
Mayor John DeStefano, Jr. said he is pleased that the City met his challenge to raise $1 million toward summer jobs for teenagers.
The Youth @ Work Partnership would like to thank the following organizations for supporting the 2006 Youth@Work summer jobs program. With your support we were able to raise over $1 million dollars and provide jobs for over 900 youth ages 14-19 this past summer! The youth of New Haven thank you for investing in their future.
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Barrett Communications, Inc.
Brenner, Saltzman & Wallman, LLP
Building Trades Council
City of New Haven
Empower New Haven, Inc.
Gilbane Building Company
Knights of Columbus
Herbert Newman and Partners P.C.
Housing Authority of the City of New Haven
Matrix Public Health Consultants
Mt. Bethel Missionary Baptist Church
New Alliance Foundation
New Haven Board of Education Personnel
Regional Water Authority
Riverview Realty and Development Corporation
Shipman and Goodwin LLP
Smith, Seckman and Kline
Svigals and Partners
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
St. Raphael’s Hospital
The State of Connecticut
The Consultation Center
Thomas A. Torrenti, P.C.
Tyler Cooper Alcorn
UBS Foundation USA
The United Illuminating Company
United Way of Greater New Haven
Unity Freewill Baptist Church
Vollmer Associates, LLP
Yale-New Haven Hospital
To Find Out About HIRING OR SPONSORING youth during the school year, please contact:
Stephanie Barnes, Program Coordinator
165 Church Street
New Haven, CT 06510
email@example.com > www.youthatwork.biz
Youth @ Work is a public-private partnership of the City of New Haven, the New Haven Board of Education, Workforce Alliance, Empower New Haven and the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce that provides youth with summer and year-round employment opportunities, career exposure and the skills to succeed in the world of work and in life.
The Mayor, during his inauguration, challenged the New Haven community to double the number of summer jobs available to teens this year, to 1,000 jobs. He charged Superintendent of Schools Dr. Reginald Mayo and Community Services Administrator Sheila Allen Bell with overseeing the effort.
“2006 was the best summer for youth employment in New Haven in the last few years after great efforts by our partners and increased investment by the public and private sectors,” DeStefano said.