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September 24, 2016 Youth Engaged in Service seeking teens who want leadership and service skills
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION:

Do you know a teen in West Seattle or beyond who would like to learn about our environment, earn a stipend and get service hours? Seattle Parks and Camp Long are looking for teen age people to become part of a very valuable and useful program, Youth. Engaged in Service or YES!

The 2016 Fall YES program is a jobreadiness and leadership development program that places youth in a broad range of service and training opportunities that will prepare participants for the working world while addressing a community need.

Participants will receive an award and earn Hours for graduation, plus get a $150 stipend.

Set in the Longfellow Creek Watershed in West Seattle the 12 Week program requires 8 hours a week.

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Wednesdays from 4 pm to 6 pm workshops, Saturday outdoor work days.

All Teens between 14-19 going to public schools within Seattle are welcome to apply.

All Backgrounds, abilities and identities are welcome.

Skills learned:

 Leadership Skills  Environmental Stewardship  Organize and Host Service Projects  Habitat restoration

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