MBSYEP 2020 is introducing a virtual summer! For more information visit: bit.ly/MBSYEP2020
Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is a locally funded initiative sponsored by the Department of Employment Services (DOES) that provides District youth ages 14 to 21 with enriching and constructive summer work experiences through subsidized placements in the private and government sectors.
MBSYEP 2020 is introducing a virtual summer! For more information visit: bit.ly/MBSYEP2020
The 2020 #MBSYEP application is OPEN! Ages 14-24 register and apply TODAY! #MBSYEP2020 #WeAreWhatWorks #Fairshot
A summer job = the right first step toward a strong financial future. In partnership w/ the @Citi Foundation & @CFEFund on #SummerJobsConnect, D.C. is empowering our young people thru jobs, paychecks, financial education, & banking access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyMjb5jIeec&t=4s
Each year, as part of the national Summer Jobs Connect (SJC) initiative, supported by the Citi Foundation, the CFE Fund partners with mayors and local govern...
Recently, we partnered up with local Starbucks in the District to host a Youth Hiring Fair. Close to 200 Eventbrite invitations were accepted for youth ages 22 to 24, with 12 different Starbucks stores set to hire almost 30 new hires. Preliminary numbers show that 20 positions from baristas and/managers were filled. Due to the success of the hiring event, Starbucks has agreed to partner with the Office of Youth Programs in the near future for another hiring event.
Are you a DC-area employer interested in hosting Mayor MBSYEP summer interns? Apply today at http://summerjobs.dc.gov!
ICYMI: Certification for #MBSYEP 2019 has ended. Please visit your youth portal for program updates and next steps. #MBSYEP40
Happening Now: Have you been certified for #MBSYEP 2019? What are you waiting for? 🤔 We are here at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mt. Vernon Place NW) UNTIL MIDNIGHT helping youth get certified. Bring your paperwork on down! #MBSYEP40
Happening Now: If you have completed your #MBSYEP 2019 application and submitted your w-4 and banking quiz, stop by @DOES_DC at 4058 Minnesota Ave NE to turn in your supporting documents. We are here until 4PM! Visit your youth portal for more information. #MBSYEP40
Our very own Marion Barry Youth Leadership Institute is searching for highly motivated individuals to work with District youth this summer as a MBYLI Trainer. Learn more about this position and apply today at http://bit.ly/SummerJobs2019. Application closes March 25. #MBSYEP40
[JOB ALERT] Looking for your next job opportunity? We are searching for Case Managers to hire for the 2019 Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program. Salary starts at $18/hr. Apply today at http://bit.ly/SummerJobs2019. Application closes March 25. #MBSYEP40
[JOB ALERT] We are seeking motivated individuals for the position of Program Monitor for MBSYEP 2019. The position pays $18-$20 hourly and begins May 13. If you have experience working with youth, this job may be for you! Apply today at http://bit.ly/SummerJobs2019. Application closes March 25.
[REMINDER] All #MBSYEP 2019 participants MUST complete a W-4, take banking quiz and submit supporting documents in order to become certified. Check your youth portal to review your status & complete these requirements today. Deadline is March 9th. #MBSYEP40
It's not too late to certify.! If you have completed your w-4 and banking quiz, stop by the RISE Demonstration Center, 2730 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, to submit your eligibility documents today. We are here until 4PM! #MBSYEP40
Calling all District residents: Today is the last day to apply for MBSYEP 2019! If you know any District residents between the ages of 14-24, encourage them to complete an application online today at summerjobs.dc.gov. Application closes tonight!
It’s been 40 years since Mayor Marion S. Barry gifted District residents with the Summer Youth Employment Program. As we continue to build on his legacy, we are encouraging DC youth, ages 14 to 24, to apply for summer youth employment as it offers a fair shot at employment opportunities. For more information visit at summerjobs.dc.gov. Application closes tomorrow!
Do you know any DC youth, ages 14-24, interested in a summer job? Visit summerjobs.dc.gov for the 2019 Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program application!
We are 1 WEEK away from the launch of the 2019 #MBSYEP application for youth and prospective employers! This year is special as we commemorate the 40th anniversary of the program! Be sure to stay tuned an exhilarating summer ahead!
This Thursday we are hosting an #MBSYEP Focus Group Session. Stop by Department of Employment Services Headquarters, 4058 Minnesota Ave. NE at 4 pm and let us know how we are doing, what we can do better and express any other suggestions you may have. RSVP today at http://bit.ly/askmbsyep If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected].
The 2018 Mayors Opportunity Scholarship is now open! If you need assistance paying for college, trade school or military fees, this scholarship is for you. Visit http://summerjobs.dc.gov to apply today. You MUST be a 2018 #MBSYEP participant to apply. #WeAreWhatWorks
Are you between the ages of 18-24, an #MBSYEP18 participant, and headed to college? Apply for the Mayor’s Opportunity Scholarship today to receive funds for school. Visit http://summerjobs.dc.gov to submit your application today. #WeAreWhatWorks
It’s the first day of the Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program hosted by Department of Employment Services and yours truly. We hope everyone has a great first day and an awesome summer! 😁
Happening Now: #MBSYEP18 Participants are receiving their Metro SmarTrip cards for the summer. If you were eligible and certified for this program year, stop by the Capital One Arena to pick your card up today. We are here until 3 p.m.
DC businesses are supporting the future success of our youth today, offering them meaningful, professional summer work experiences. #DCTalentLeaders
We want to hear from you #MBSYEP18. How are you planning to spend your first paycheck this summer? Will you save your coins or buy something that will help you in the near future? Let us know! #Pathways2Progress #SummerJobsConnect
Come out and help us Rock the Mic! The DC Department of Behavioral Health will be hosting Let Help In, Rock the Mic, an inaugural poetry slam in honor of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month! This event is designed to connect the community to mental health resources and knowledge through poetry. This family friendly event will have FREE food, giveaways, music and connections to mental health resources. For tickets and more information, please visit: https://bit.ly/2HWWx47
#MBSYEP18 orientation deadline will be here before you know it. Visit http://summerjobs.dc.gov to complete your orientation today.
"The job I landed jump-started a career for me. I learned how to perfect my resume, wear the proper business attire and build an incredible work ethic." Learn how #MBSYEP has helped this youth achieve his dream. http://educationpost.org/this-d-c-program-put-me-on-the-path-to-the-career-of-my-dreams/
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HIRING EVENT TOMORROW! Department of Employment Services and Maison Kayser USA are hosting a hiring event tomorrow, 4/11, 10:00AM-1:30 PM, at AJC-NW (Reeves Center - 2000 14th Street NW). They are recruiting for Counter Apprentices, Food Runners, Servers, and Baristas in DC. 🥐🥖🍞🍪 http://bit.ly/2qoFa0i
#JobFair Alert 🚨: YMCA of Metropolitan Washington (DC) is hosting a career fair for youth this TOMORROW, April 5th at the Frank D. Reeves Center of Municipal Affairs (2000 14th St. NW). The event last from 10 am - 3 pm. Several positions are open. Register today at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ymca-youth-development-career-event-tickets-44678252857
The Department of Employment Services (DOES), in partnership with YMCA, is hosting a career event on Thursday, April 5th, at the Frank D. Reeves Center of Municipal Affairs (2000-14th Street NW) from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. YMCA will be on site to conduct interviews for Teachers (Assistant, Lead), ...
#JobAlert via @DHSgov: Staff Assistant, part-time and full-time position available, salary starts at $37,000. Apply today at https://indeedhi.re/2uohzlG . #WeAreWhatWorks
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MBSYEP has engaged youth across #DC for over 35 years through high-quality summer work experiences. Help #DCTalentLeaders build off of that legacy by filling out this form to see how you can increase the number & quality of summer work experiences. http://bit.ly/2p4yMeQ
Thank you for your commitment to increasing the number and quality of summer work experiences available for young people in Washington, DC. Fill out the form below to partner with DOES and the Mayor’s Office to host local interns for summer work experiences, or to offer free benefits to your exist...
How can we grow the future workforce of #DC? The answer: connecting businesses and talented youth. We launched the #DCTalentLeaders initiative at @MIcrosoft to make those connections and strengthen the District’s workforce. Learn more about how you can get involved today! http://bit.ly/2HpzoTi
Washington, DC is not only the capital of the United States - it’s also a talent capital, filled with young people who have the potential to become industry and community leaders and impact our local and global economy.
#MBSYEP18 certification is happening now at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mt. Vernon Place NW) until MIDNIGHT. Visit bit.ly/MBSYEP2018 to see which documents you need in order to submit your completed #MBSYEP application. #WhyWeWork
Have you been certified for #MBSYEP18? What are you waiting for? We are here at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mt. Vernon Place NW) until midnight helping youth get certified. Bring your paperwork on down! #WhyWeWork
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