The Greenwich Youth Conservation Program is accepting applications for the summer 2015 job program. The deadline is May 1.
The GYCP will offer 112 Greenwich teenagers, ages 14-15, a first-time job experience and opportunity to learn teamwork and job skills while enhancing the town’s environment. This is the program’s 37th year. the program is open to public and private school students.
Applications are available from Guidance offices in public middle schools or from the Greenwich High School Career Center. Private school students should contact Christina Nappi in the Department of Social Services at Town Hall for an application.
The process is to complete an application and then arrange a group interview for May. Interviews will take place in public schools, or, for private school students, in Town Hall. The GYCP is a non-profit public-private partnership of the Greenwich Department of Social Services and Parks and Recreation, the Greenwich Conservation Commission, Greenwich Green & Clean and private donors and sponsors, all committed to developing the potential of young Greenwich teens.
For more information about the program contact Christina Nappi at (203) 622-7792 or [email protected].