The spring has sprung and there are many opportunities to earn cash doing yard work including mulching, planting, weeding and raking, cleaning of garages and moving of boxes. Our program provides helpful advice about the interview process, safety on the job, and how to negotiate pay. Job Bank members will build a file of work experience that can be used for future recommendations. Young people develop a sense of responsibility and accomplishment while providing much needed services in our community.
A variety of work opportunities also include babysitting, tech help, tutoring, animal care, house cleaning, party help, etc. Registered Job Bank students are offered opportunities as they arise. Details - such as day, time needed and wages - are negotiated between the youth and employer. Some jobs are one time tasks, others may be longer term commitments.
INTERESTED? VISIT THE YOUTH SERVICES JOB BANK WEBPAGE: http://www.woodbridgect.org/459/Job-Bank or call Youth Services: 203-389-3429
- To register: Interested teens are encouraged to contact Youth Services to schedule an interview. Application and a parental permission slip are required. Forms can be found at the webpage http://www.woodbridgect.org/459/Job-Bank
- To hire: Woodbridge residents only. Please call us 203-389-3429 to take advantage of this local resource. To register your job request, call Youth Services at least one week in advance. We cannot accommodate last minute requests. Wages are negotiated between you and the Job Bank employee. Please be fair and clear with your expectations and discuss payment before the work is done. Due to safety concerns, some restrictions may apply.