By partnering with SFWIB, local businesses will be able to provide young adults with job opportunities and guidance, at no cost to the employer.
“I highly encourage the business community to support our efforts in creating employment opportunities for our young adults. By providing job opportunities, we not only improve the local economy, but more importantly we provide career exposure to our future workforce,” said Rick Beasley, executive director for South Florida Workforce Investment Board.
For registration and more detailed information about the 2011Young Adult Summer Employment Program, please visit www.southfloridaworkforce.com or call the South Florida Workforce Youth Division at 305.594.7615 ext. 406.
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South Florida Workforce is a public-private partnership and integral partner in Miami-Dade’s economic plan that initiates state and federally funded workforce development and training policies for Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.