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2018 OVERVIEW

2018 OVERVIEW. More than 8,600 Baltimore City young adults, ages 14-21, were offered a 2018 summer job Approximately 7,500 young adults worked More than 700 employers representing 900 worksites participated. Who are the YouthWorkers ?. Where do YouthWorkers Work?.

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2018 OVERVIEW

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  1. 2018 OVERVIEW More than 8,600 Baltimore City young adults, ages 14-21, were offered a 2018 summer job Approximately 7,500 young adults worked More than 700 employers representing 900 worksites participated

  2. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration Race 96.4% African American More Than Just a Job Gender 54.2% Female Signature Worksites How You Can Help

  3. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites How You Can Help

  4. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites How You Can Help Note: Does not include a few other locations further outside the metro area

  5. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites How You Can Help

  6. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration Over $8 million paid in wages to young adults Over 800,000 hours worked by young adults More Than Just a Job Almost $1,100 average earnings per young adult Signature Worksites 109 average hours worked per young adult How You Can Help

  7. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration More than 16,500 young adults applied online by March 2018 (Step 1) More than 11,000 young adults completed in-person verification process (Step 2) More Than Just a Job More than 8,600 Baltimore City young adultswere offered a 2018 summer job Signature Worksites How You Can Help

  8. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? 14-15-Year-Old Job Fair Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites 550 youth were selected to attend the 14-15-year-old job fair in May 2018, giving our youngest workers an opportunity have their first interview and improve their skills. How You Can Help

  9. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration Financial education provided to more than 70% of YouthWorkers More than 1,000 young adults opened bank accounts Thousands received free breakfast or lunch Baltimore City Health Department provided hundreds with free glasses as part of pilot vision program More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites How You Can Help

  10. Who are the YouthWorkers? Skill Builders Where do YouthWorkers Work? More than 300 14-15-year-old YouthWorkers at one of 17 Baltimore City school or community worksites received skills development and career exploration through a partnership with the International Youth Foundation and the Family League. Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites How You Can Help

  11. Who are the YouthWorkers? Where do YouthWorkers Work? Outcomes of Wages Paid Preparation & Registration Thanks to everyone for helping to make YouthWorks 2018 a great summer success for Baltimore's young workers. Remember, it's not too early to think about 2019. So please visit us at moed.baltimorecity.gov/youth-services/summer-jobs or call 410-396-JOBS (5627) to learn more about how you can help make next summer even better! More Than Just a Job Signature Worksites How You Can Help

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