The TENCO Workforce Development Board recently approved $398,000.00 to support a summer employment program for 127 youth. Four proposals were received and approved to provide summer employment opportunities to eligible youth between the ages of 17 and 24.
The approved proposals included: Augusta Independent School District, Lewis County Board of Education, Maysville Community and Technical College, and Robertson County Board of Education.
Employment for the youth include both private and public placements in the following sectors construction, office/business, general labor, food service, and manufacturing. Funds for the Summer Employment Program are through the Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, the Kentucky Division of Workforce Investment.
Dalton French working with Robertson County Garage with TENCO summer work grant program. Dalton is mowing at Robertson County Community Center and Fire Hall.
Breanna Green helping at the Robertson County food giveaway. Breanna is working at Robertson County Schools this summer but with community and school partnership throughout the year.
TENCO summer worker Dalton French working at the Robertson Fire Hall with the Robertson County food giveaway.
Madison Myers TENCO worker working at the Robertson County food giveaway.
Alania Craig TENCO summer worker working at the Robertson County God Pantry food giveaway program for Robertson County citizens.
Quinton Buenrostro TENCO summer worker helping load their food from Robertson County God Pantry food giveaway.
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