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Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program

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DUE TO COVID-19, THE MARCH 28th JOB FAIR HAS BEEN CANCELED. 
THERE WILL BE NO JOB READINESS TRAININGS.

THERE ARE STILL JOBS!!! PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFORMATION... 

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Students: there are still jobs! 

Although the March 28 job fair has been canceled, employment opportunities through the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program are still available! Students who are interested in job placement through the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program must register to be considered for employment. 

If students have already registered for the March 28 job fair, they do not have to complete the form again. 

To participate in the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program, a youth must reside in Evanston (in zip codes 60201 or 60202), be currently enrolled in school, be between the ages of 14 and 18* and must register  online.

*For program eligibility, students must be 14 by program start date in June 2020. 

Step One: REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED! 

Completion of the registration form is mandatory to participate in the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program. 

If students have already registered for the March 28 job fair, they do not have to complete the form again. 

If you missed out on registering for the 2020 Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program, and are still looking for employment, please feel free to reach out to youth@cityofevanston.org

Step Two: Choose your Top Five jobs by April 1, 2020

After students complete the registration form above, they must go here to select their top five jobs. Students must submit their top five jobs by April 1, 2020.  Even if students have registered for summer employment, they must still complete this additional step to select their top five jobs.

Students: Click HERE to Choose your Jobs

Step Three: Prepare to be contacted by employers! 

Students may be contacted by potential employers via phone or email starting April 15.  Students are asked to update email address and phone number listed on registration to ensure proper communication for job placement.


Employers: there are still youth looking for job opportunities!
While there will be no  job fair this year, youth are still looking forward to summer job employment opportunities.  To participate in the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program (MSYEP), all employers must be registered with the City of Evanston as a MSYEP employer.  If you have completed the process to register as a MSYEP employer, please see the following for next steps:

Step One:

Registered employers will begin receiving student contact information starting April 15, 2020.

Step Two:

Beginning April 15, employers may contact potential employees via phone and/or email to request additional information or to schedule a phone interview.  Employers may also work with a Youth and Young Adult team member to assist in placing a youth based on preferences indicated by youth and employer.

Step Three:

After employers have received and reviewed students' information,  employers will select their Top Five candidates and provide names and specialized employee code on the online selection form  by April 30, 2020.

Employers will begin receiving contact information for their students starting April 15, 2020.
Employers will begin receiving contact information for their students starting April 15, 2020.
Employers will begin receiving contact information for their students starting April 15, 2020.