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Youth Services September 2020

Youth Services September 2020

Woodbridge Job Bank Seeks Teens Who Want Work

The Job Bank in Woodbridge offers occasional jobs to teen residents (ages 13 – 18) who would like to work to earn some extra cash.  The application process provides an opportunity to learn about the interview process, safety on the job, and how to negotiate pay.

Due to COVID-19, most jobs are currently outdoors with masks and social distancing as required.  Teens can do yard clean up, plant bulbs, weed, rake leaves, walk dogs, etc.  Responsible teens who wish to join the Job Bank should call for an interview at 203-389-3429 or e-mail npfund@woodbridgect.org.

Need Yard Cleanup? Woodbridge Job Bank Can Help

Woodbridge Job Bank teens will work for Woodbridge residents who wish to hire someone to assist for odd jobs like yard cleanup, raking, planting bulbs, weeding, and moving boxes.  Call 203-389-3429 for more information.

Babysitter Training A Success

Woodbridge Youth Services recently held a Red Cross Babysitter Training at the new outdoor classroom with instructor Anna Maria Mauhs.  Teens learned babysitting basics with first aid, diapering, safety, and response for choking victims.  Some of the teens will be available for babysitting within the Job Bank.

chalk with rainbow chalk art challenge

Chalk Art Challenge for Woodbridge & Bethany Families

Youth Services offered an opportunity for Woodbridge and Bethany residents to create family chalk masterpieces for a chance to win prizes.  Winners received summer fun bags including gift cards to local businesses which supported the local economy.  This was a great success.  Thank you to all of the families who submitted their artwork and thoughtful messages, and to the donors Bailey, Moore, Glazer, Schaefer & Proto and Amity Bowl for their support.

Youth Services is wishing all children and families a safe and successful start to a “new” school year.

  1. Red Cross instructor Anna Mauhs teaches Babysitter Training in Outdoor Classroom
  2. Chalk Art Challenge Art Work                            
  3. Chalk Art with a heartfelt message

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