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Applications being taken for summer jobs for Trumbull teens

Teenagers in Trumbull county can apply for summer jobs through the county's Summer Youth Program beginning Wednesday.

The program is available to young people who meet economic criteria between the ages of 15-24.

The jobs will pay $7.85 per hour and will work 30 hours per week, beginning on June 10 and will run through August 2.

Requirements to apply are listed below:

Applicants must apply in person and be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian if under age 18. Those 18 and older who are not attending high school must be a custodial or non-custodial parent. The following documentation must be presented at the time of application.

SOCIAL SECURITY CARD

DRIVERS LICENSE OR STATE ID

PROOF OF AGE (BIRTH CERTIFICATE)

PROOF OF RESIDENCE (RENT RECEIPT, LETTER OR BILL INDICATING NAME AND CURRENT ADDRESS)

PROOF OF TOTAL GROSS HOUSEHOLD INCOME FOR THE PAST 30 DAYS (PAY STUBS, FOOD STAMPS, UNEMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL Security print out of all household members)

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Applications will be accepted at the following locations on the specified dates and times:

Wed. May 1 at 3:00p.m.-6p.m. At Brookfield High School

Sat. May, 4 at 9:00a.m.-12:00p.m. At Trumbull County Department of Job and Family Services

Wed. May 8 at 3:00p.m.-6:00p.m. At Newton Falls High School

Thur. May 9at 3:00p.m.-6:00 p.m. At Niles McKinley High School

Sat. May 11 at 9:00a.m.-12:00p.m. The Trumbull County Department of Job and Family Services

Wed May 15 at 3:00p.m.-6:00p.m. At Liberty High School and at Trumbull County Jobs and Family Services

Sat. May 18 at 9:00a.m.-12:00p.m. At Trumbull County Department of Job and Family Services

Wed. May 22 at 3:00p.m.-6:00 p.m. At Joseph Badger High School

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