Youth Employment Program

Today’s Youth. Tomorrow’s Workforce. Racine’s Future.

Mayor Cory Mason and the City of Racine is excited to announce the Youth Employment Program! The Youth Employment Program is an 8-week employment program that provides City of Racine area youth, ages 16 to 24, with work placements directly within departments of the City of Racine.

You will have the opportunity to work directly with a City of Racine professional completing hands-on projects, job shadowing, and gaining an authentic work experience. We are offering a variety of positions and departments including, marketing/social media for the Fire Department, early education with the Library, working outdoors with the Parks and DPW departments, and more!

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Employment Opportunities with the following City of Racine Departments

Fire Department

Finance

Public Health

Information Technology

Marketing/Social Media

Department of Public Works

Mayor's Office

Library

Engineering

Police Department

Wastewater Utilities

Human Resources

Parks

Transits/Ryde Racine

City Clerk/Elections

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9 hours ago

Juneteenth is right around the corner!

Please check out our Juneteenth webpage for information on:

🔴 Sponsorship Opportunities - if you’re an organization/business, please consider sponsoring a Juneteenth event and/or getting an advertisement in the souvenir booklet.

🟡 Vendor Applications - if your organization/business would like to be a vendor for the Juneteenth Day Celebration, please review and submit a vendor application.

🟢 Sneaker Ball 3.0 - Tickets can be purchased online or at the PRCS Main Office, Bryant Center, or King Center.

To view the webpage, click here: www.cityofracine.org/ParksRec/Events/Juneteenth/
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9 hours ago

Applications are now available for youth ages 16-24 who are interested in being a part of the paid summer internship program with the City of Racine! Click the link here to find out more! forms.gle/SEaJH18ACF7CQf718Applications are now OPEN for the Summer 2024 City of Racine Youth Employment Program! Please click the link below to apply or scan the first QR code to apply 😄!
Direct Link: forms.gle/SEaJH18ACF7CQf718
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Applications are now available for youth ages 16-24 who are interested in being a part of the paid summer internship program with the City of Racine! Click the link here to find out more! https://forms.gle/SEaJH18ACF7CQf718
9 hours ago

For all K-6 students at the following schools!Is your child who is enrolled as a Julian Thomas Elementary School, Knapp Elementary or Mitchell Elementary School student interested in having their drawing in a calendar? Apply to the FEC Financial Literacy Month Calendar Art Contest for a chance to be featured! Reach out to Dina Knibbs at 262-636-9488 for any questions or concerns. ... See MoreSee Less

For all K-6 students at the following schools!
1 week ago

Reach out to the financial advisors at the City of Racine Financial Empowerment Center to learn more about financial literacy!Did you know that April was Financial Literacy Month? Take the time to celebrate and come on down to the FEC to take advantage of our free, confidential financial help for all City of Racine residents! Learn more at racinefec.org. ... See MoreSee Less

Reach out to the financial advisors at the City of Racine Financial Empowerment Center to learn more about financial literacy!
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Look out for the City of Racine, Youth Employment Program - YEP applications opening up next week! Ages 16-24! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

It has been two years since GROW Racine has been launched out of Mayor Cory Mason’s office to bring free and beneficial resources to those in the middle class of Racine.

From providing local youth the opportunity to work for the City of Racine, Youth Employment Program, providing financial literacy to City of Racine residents with the City of Racine Financial Empowerment Center, to helping residents afford the rising cost of living while earning a high school equivalency diploma with the YWCA Southeast Wisconsin, receiving paid pre-apprenticeship training with WRTP / BIG STEP and getting city grants to improve or repair their home- GROW Racine has vowed to improve the lives of City of Racine residents and their way of living!

We are excited to continue on this journey with GROW Racine and its programs. Make sure to visit us at www.growracine.org and learn more about your capabilities. Here is to growing residents’ opportunities and wealth! 🥂🎉
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