Why should your company or organization hire youth through SummerWorks in 2018? Here are the top 6 reasons, based on feedback we've received from the 165 employers who hired last year.
As has been the case since the program's founding, SummerWorks helped facilitate a variety of work-based learning experiences for youth this season.
Mayor Greg Fischer joined other community and business leaders this morning at Kentucky Kingdom, a SummerWorks Champion Employer, to announce another record-breaking year for the program.
Insider Louisville: "In Louisville, one high school junior has devised a plan to provide young women an opportunity to learn coding skills while networking with local entrepreneurs and businesses.
Insider Louisville: "University of Louisville incoming sophomore Ayona West, 18, in the last few weeks has witnessed a gallbladder surgery and medical staff scrambling to save the life of a patient whose heart had stopped.
Mayor Greg Fischer and other community leaders visited the Parklands Boys and Girls Club to meet with SummerWorks youth and officially kick off the 2017 season.
Over 90 youth and 27 employers from across the city came to the South Louisville Community Center yesterday for the SummerWorks 2017 Employment Expo.
On February 1, Mayor Fischer joined business, government, and non-profit leaders at Kindred Healthcare to announce the launch of the 2017 season of SummerWorks.
As we ramp up for another season of making connections, providing opportunities, and helping to prepare Louisville's youth for lifelong career success, we reflected back on 2016 and created our first-ever annual report.