erie, Pennsylvania - JUNE 4, 2014-- Summer Jobs are coming to area youth. Jobs and more hosted the program sign up Wednesday from 3 PM to 7 PM at PA Career Link. The first day of sign-ups brought in about 100 young people, along with their parents, to apply for potential jobs in the
area. The program is for local’s age 16-21 who will be paid minimum wage. Some employers are already lined up, including Erie Gannon University, Edinboro University and the . Jobs include maintenance work and the program hopes to expand to other employers that will introduce them to career exploration. The program will offer jobs for 100 eligible candidates, 50 in the city and 50 in the county, all who need to meet certain income restrictions. Parents and those signing up are excited to see this program take shape to prepare them for the working world. The program will continue on Thursday from 3-7 PM at PA Career Link. Another sign-up will be hosted at Erie School District on June 10th. Selected Youth will begin working on June 30th, where they will spend the first week in a work readiness program to prepare them for the summer job. The program is funded through the Union City High School Erie County Gaming and Revenue Authority, the C ounty of Erie and the Community Foundation. Erie
Nearly $11 million in gaming revenue for this region is still up in…
The director of the Erie Art Museum received a prestigious award.
Erie is the largest area in the state without a community college and…