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Youth Services: May 22, 2015

Youth Services: May 22, 2015

After School Guided Study Teachers are as follows: Back row: Elena Lavigne, Katie McCollom, Director, Melissa Caporossi, Janine Lempke. Front row Teresa Nakouzi and Woodbridge Youth Services Director Nancy Pfund. Tutors not pictured: Leigh Mulligan, Kristen Horvath, Doreen Merrill, Cheri Guerra, BJ Ahern, and Maureen Krawec

AFTER SCHOOL GUIDED STUDY

Several students at Beecher Road School in Woodbridge participated in the After School Guided Study Program which ran three days per week from February to April. Teachers provided assistance in the academics with a focus on individual needs, organization, and homework completion. Woodbridge Youth Services sponsors the program through the Enhancement Grant received from the Connecticut State Department of Education.

JOB BANK OPEN TO WOODBRIDGE TEENS

Woodbridge Youth Services offers resident teens, ages 13 – 17, the opportunity to join its Job Bank. Our youths gain work experience while earning money. Jobs may include yard clean-up, babysitting, housecleaning, shoveling, planting, and more. Call 203-389-3429 to schedule an interview.

WOODBRIDGE JOB BANK

Are you looking for someone with lots of energy to pick up branches and clean up the lawn? Perhaps you’re looking for a babysitter to help with the kids. Try calling the Woodbridge Job Bank for teens who want to work. The Woodbridge Job Bank matches Woodbridge youths ages 13-17 with Woodbridge residents who want to hire someone to assist with odd jobs. Please contact us at 203-389-3429 for more information.

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