Youths and young adults who want to work for St. Paul's Youth Job Corps program this summer can apply beginning Monday.
The program is designed for economically disadvantaged or at-risk St. Paul residents between the ages of 14 and 24. The jobs provide community services during the summer, with work sites scattered throughout the city. Those who qualify for the program will work in a variety of industries.
Wages are $7.25 an hour for those ages 14 to 18, with older workers getting $7.50 per hour. Workers will average 15 hours per week.
Those interested can go to www.stpaul.gov/yjc for more information. Applications must be filled out before 4:30 p.m. March 30.
Most jobs will begin June 18 and end Aug. 24.
Anyone without access to a computer or in need of assistance applying can visit a local recreation center, library or school.
The program started in 2004 and has since employed more than 4,500 St. Paul youths.