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Deadline to join youths job program is Friday

Citizen Staff Writer

Area youths seeking summer employment have until Friday to sign up for the Pima County Summer Youth Program.

About 2,000 jobs are available, paying $7.25 an hour, program manager Dana Katbah said.

The jobs typically last four to seven weeks and range from 30 to 40 hours a week.

Apply online at https://secure.pima.gov/summeryouth.

Applicants who sign up online must call 798-0533 to schedule an assessment to find jobs that best suit them.

“We can’t help everybody,” Katbah said. “There are going to be applicants who don’t get selected, but we are doing the best we can.”



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