Mayor's Summer Jobs Program
The Mayor’s Summer Jobs program is a comprehensive program that provides Jacksonville’s youth, ages 16 to 21, with work experiences leading to an infrastructure of opportunity in North Florida’s communities and its workforce by connecting them with education and employment career pathways that prepare them to meet the skill demands of employers in a changing economy.

2017 Program Information

Program Goal:  To build the talent pipeline for our local economy by connecting young adults with education and employment career pathways that prepare them to meet the skill demands of employers while leading them to workforce success.

A few students in the 2013 Mayor's Summer Jobs Program.

The program will run from June 12 through July 21, 2017 and consist of career assessment and readiness training, a Life-Skills Fair and 20-hour work weeks, along with a wide variety of employment opportunities.

Participants must be between the ages of 16-21 (must be 16 by June 10, 2017), TANF eligible and able to pass a criminal background check.  

Applications will be accepted until capacity is reached. Please understand that we are not able to guarantee a position for every applicant.  If you are selected to participate you will be notified via email with the next steps in the process.  Please ensure your emails do not go to your Spam account.     

Download the SUMMER JOBS PROGRAM FLYER here.

Contact

Thank you for your interest in the Mayor’s Summer Jobs Program. If you have any questions, please email summerjobs@coj.net