Another opportunity to help you, a relative or even a friend — find work. This summer — students will be looking for jobs. Now is the time to get active. Jobs Now is spotlighting how teens can erase the boredom and make cash. The Trumbull County Summer Youth Employment Program matches youth from age 14 to 24, with an employer who needs summer help. They work 30-hours a week between June 11th and August 4th. 5:39:12William Turner IT IS GOOD FOR THE KIDS CUZ TEHY’RE LEARNING THE VALUE OF MONEY. SOME OF THEM BUDGETING. HELPS WORK SITES CUZ WORK THEY NEED Some of that work is for public agencies to get some things done they might not othewise. But there’s also entry-level positions available in retail, food service, custodial, and even at manufacturing facilities. 1:50:09Kim Barrell WE TRY TO TALK TO THEM ABOUT WHAT THEY’RE INTERESTED IN AND WE DO TRY TO PLACE THEM IN SOMETHING THAT THEY WOULD BE INTERESTED IN. That could include working in a gym or maybe with the Scrappers. Parks and School Districts have also participated. 5:19:07William Turner I DON’T THINK EMPLOYERS EXPECT THEM TO KNOWEVERYTHIN G BUT AMENABLE TO LEARN SOMETHING The program also has some year-round features by following-up with them throughout the year. Students have to qualify by being in a low income house. But the sky is the limit.The youth hopefully pick up good work habits and soft skills. :43:10Kim Barrell MOST DEFINITELY WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS SHOW THOSE BASIC SKILLS, GETTING UP FOR WORK, GETTING THERE ON TIME, BEING RESPONSIBLE TO YOUR EMPLOYER.HOW TO DRESS. The Summer Youth Employment Program is taking applications on April 28th and May 19th. Apply at the Job and Family Services office on North Park, in Warren. You have to be between 14 and 24. 91 employers are looking to hire at a JobFair Thursday. It’s Noon to 5 at the Eastwood Mall. This event was big last year with 62 employers and now it’s roughly 50-percent larger. It includes every field you can imagine — manufacturing, health care, retail and more. Take plenty of resumes and expect to be interviewed.