As the summer of 2015 draws to a close, so too does the YouthWorks Summer Jobs Program, which provided more than 300 youth a meaningful paid employment experience in a variety of settings throughout the city. Funded by the commonwealth Corporation, Greater Worcester Community Foundation, the City of Worcester as well as Community Service Block Grant funds, YouthWorks provided 349 youth jobs for the summer of 2015. Click here to read more.
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Special thanks to Ritmos Academy for celebrating with us at our Head Start Multicultural night tonight! More pics to follow after we catch our breath from all that dancing! Performance supported by a grant from the Southbridge Cultural Council - thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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Thanks to a grant from the Worcester Arts Council WCAC's Job & Education Center today held a kick off for a Youth Spoken Word Workshop program! We are thrilled to welcome Alex Charalambides and Ana Perez to work with our youth to explore both spoken language and creative arts as freedoms of expression.
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