The #CaliforniansForAll Youth Jobs Corps gives additional $35M to cities and counties to provide paid service opportunities for underserved youth
SOUTH GATE, Calif. — California Volunteers, Office of the Governor, Special Advisor Michael Tubbs, California State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, California State Senator Lena Gonzalez, local mayors, and others to announce statewide recruitment efforts for cities and counties that were awarded $35 million to launch #CaliforniansForAll Youth Jobs Corps.
The #CaliforniansForAll Youth Jobs Corps is an innovative partnership between the State of California and local governments to help underserved youth and young adults find employment. Through the program, young people will gain critical job skills while making a positive, lasting impact in their communities.
Included in the California 2021- 2022 budget, the #CaliforniansForAll Youth Jobs Corps program provides $150 million for youth workforce development in the 13 largest cities in California and $35 million for counties and other cities around the state.
Learn more and apply at CAYouthJobscorps.com.