Summer Employment Services Initiative - Jacksonville Urban League and Adecco

Please complete and submit your 2015-2016 application online or by mail TODAY!!!  We look forward to reviewing your application!!!

DEADLINE -- MAY 13, 2016!!!!

SUMMER INTERNSHIP APPLICATION -- PRINT/MAIL 

Please attach the following:
-- Resume
-- Proof of community service hours
-- Transcript

If submitting application by email or mail, please see below contact:

Ms. Julia Wilson; 903 W. Union St. Jacksonville, FL 32204; jh.wilson@jaxul.org904-723-4030

The Jacksonville Urban league, Inc.’s Youth Employment Services Program provides youth and young adults from Duval and surrounding counties with summer and year round adventure that is more than just a job, but an introduction to the world of work.

JUL’s internship takes participants through a true learning experience, with lessons about how to prepare, obtain, keep and turn any job into an investment of time and effort for the future. The internship training component teaches participants how to dress for an interview, how to conduct themselves in a professional manner, how to value their time commitments to a job and how to make the most of their transferrable skills from any such opportunity.

The Youth Employment Services Internship Program (Y.E.S) provides youth and young adults between the ages of 16 and 21 with paid summer employment, specifically for a seven-week period between June and July.

Prospective applicants must meet eligibility requirements have complete a minimum of twenty-five community service hours and have a GPA of 2.0 and above, must attach a resume indicating same. Applicants will go through two interview sessions. High school students are eligible to apply.

Selected participants will work in Administrative, Finance, Marketing, Small Business Development, Social Service Programming, or Summer Camp (Camp Counselors and Curriculum Facilitators) in non-profit agencies.

The internship also encompasses a one-day orientation and training session and three one-day work-learning sessions focused work readiness skill development, development of professional resume, the seven elements of strong work ethics, diversity in the work place, and salary negotiation.