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Summer Youth Employment

Explore careers in the Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program


The Community Renewal Team Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program (SYELP), provided in partnership with Capital Workforce Partners, will seek to serve eligible students in the city of Hartford for summer employment. The SYELP is a work and learn program designed to provide participants with career development skills through experience in work placement. This program operates for five weeks in July and August. 
Applications are now closed for 2017. 

Applicant Eligibility Requirements 

Please review the below eligibility requirements before completing the application. All eligible applicants must complete the Summer Youth Employment Application to be considered for the program.
  • Applicants must be a resident of Hartford.
  • Applicants must be able to show document age verification (must be between 14-21 years old as of July 1, 2017.)
  • Applicants must be enrolled in school at the time they apply (up to grade 12) and must show document of school enrollment and attendance records.
  • Applicants must be available for the dates of July 17th through August 18th.
  • Applicants must be able to document income eligibility 
  • Applicants must be able to document work eligibility by submitting documentation that meets the requirements of the I-9 Form "List of Acceptable Documents"
  • Applicants must be able to attend an intake interview session on one of the available dates with a parent/guardian (if under 18 years old). 
You will be contacted through email in the coming weeks if you have been selected for an intake interview. Please ensure that your email address is correct and checked regularly. 


For more information
Summer Youth Employment Program
Address: 1443 Main Street, Hartford
Telephone: (860) 560-5308 Ext. 227
Fax: (860) 560-5331
[email protected]
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm

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Updated June 2017  
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Assessed by
Northeast Institute for Quality Community Action (NIQCA)