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 NSD Community Connection Newsletter January 2018


Neighborhood News

Happy Holidays from your Neighborhood Services Division Team

City of Sacramento Landscape & Learning Program

Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment
Landscape and Learning
Youth Employment Program

YOUTH AIDE Job Announcement Spring 2018

The Landscape and Learning program is an employment program operated by the City of Sacramento, Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment for young people between 14 and 17 years of age. Youth will be hired to work six hours per day, Saturdays and Sundays. Youth Aides work in groups, including an adult supervisor, providing park maintenance in city parks.
Typical duties include: general weeding, trimming and restroom cleaning. Youth Aides are required to wear boots. Hiking boots are acceptable. Apply now!

PG&E Scholarships 2018 

Neighborhood Directory

Neighborhood organizations help keep our community safe, clean, and healthy. The Neighborhood Directory provides contact and boundary information for groups at work in your neighborhood.

Summer @ City Hall: Student Applications Applications Available Thursday, March 1, 2018

Sacramento Summer at City Hall Program participants

The Summer @ City Hall (S@CH) program is a collaboration between the City of Sacramento, Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD), Twin Rivers Unified School District (TRUSD), Natomas Unified School District (NUSD), and WayUp Sacramento. The program is open to high school sophomores and juniors. Upon completion of the program students will receive 5 high school credits and a stipend. The Summer @ City Hall program is a six-week program with regular instructional classroom sessions Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m. and is located at New City Hall and Historic City Hall. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Students will be required to complete a 42-hour internship in addition to the regular instructional classroom sessions. Internship schedules and locations vary depending on internship assignments.



The Summer @ City Hall Returning Youth are youth leaders that are passionate and motivated in helping other youth succeed. Returning Youth are graduates of the Summer @ City Hall program from previous years and return to help aide and provide support for the current program year. They demonstrate leadership, responsibility, and commitment by being a role model to the current program students. Summer @ City Hall Returning Youth demonstrate leadership and mentoring skills through a variety of means including small group discussions, assistance in the classroom, daily coordination of meals, administrative duties and reporting, and assisting teachers in the classroom along with program staff on daily assignments and other job duties assigned. They are an integral part of the Summer @ City Hall Team. We are currently accepting 2018 Summer @ City Hall Returning Youth (Teen Titans) Applications! 
Apply now!!!

Sacramento Youth Commission

The Sacramento Youth Commission was established by the Sacramento City Council to serve as an advisory group to provide recommendations on youth related issues in Sacramento. Since its original creation in 1993, the Sacramento Youth Commission has organized numerous public events, tackled crucial youth related issues, and worked hundreds of hours serving the Sacramento City community at-large.