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About Boley Centers’ Youth Employment Program

Boley Centers’ Youth Employment Program began over 15 years ago with the City of St. Petersburg funding the Summer Youth Intern Program. The program helped provide young people in high school and college the opportunity to earn much needed funds, teaching them valuable work skills and work ethics. The success of the program led the City to fund the After School Youth Employment Program which works with high school interns within the City of St. Petersburg. In 2016, the Juvenile Welfare Board added a third sector of the program that operates throughout the entire year and covers all of Pinellas County. Collectively, the three programs have the capacity to serve 335 young people and their families.

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