Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program
Preparing high school students for careers with competency training, subsidized work experience and other learning experiences.
Start Date: July 17, 2017
End Date: August 2017»
58 Scarlett Street
New Britain, CT
Phone: (860) 826.6991
55 South Street
Phone: (860) 584-2725
Call or visit during office hours:
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
- Career exploration
- Career competency training
- Paid work experience for high school students
The Summer 2017 program is free to students enrolled in high school who receive or are eligible to receive free/reduced lunch, and whose families receive SNAP and TFA. Specific income and requirements vary. Students must have 90% or better school attendance rate. The number of openings depend upon available funding each year. Please contact us for current information or visit www.capitalworkforce.org for more information.
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NBHS Students create 3D printed map of CCSU
Below: Ezequiel Santos, Christian Thomas, Jonathan Dilleshaw,
Luis Boria, Saimun Habib and Jose Garcia.
Missing: Bellesana Betoushana & Zelinette Gonzalez
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PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF NEW BRITAIN-
|Above: Aminata Bangura helps Miguel
Hernandez with his resume.
|Above: Catera Haughton, Omar Rivera &
Mikeya Richardson write their resumes.
Above: Natalie Criniti returns for her 2nd summer.
This year she's working at New Britain City Hall,
last year she worked at Avery's Beverages.
In September she starts college at Eastern CT State University
2014 Employers hired more of our students than others in the region.
SHOUT OUT to Tunxis Community College for all of your support.
For more information:
- Success Story: High School Students Grow with Guidance, Experience and a Chance to Succeed
- 2012 Summer Youth Employment & Learning Program Newsletter
- Capital Workforce Partners
- CT Department of Labor
Program funded in part by Capital Workforce Partners, with the generous funding of the State of Connecticut and American Savings Foundation.
Below: Ashley Lopez works in the central
office at HRA.. Below:Ronald Puma & Mark Rodriguez file
at Konover Residential.