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PRIME TIME TEEN (PTT)

Prime Time Teen Web page Banner Photo of teens in program and their mural

A fun, interactive work readiness training program for young people between the ages of 13-17. All participants who meet attendance goals and participate in a youth-led community service project will receive a $300 stipend

Our Youth & Their Community Service Project

COVID-19 NOTICE:

DUE TO SACRAMENTO COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTION OF NO PUBLIC GATHERINGS DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, OUR SPRING PROGRAM WILL BE VIRTUAL. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS FOR THE SPRING SESSION (APRIL 5 - MAY 27). FOR QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS PLEASE EMAIL KEN MCCULLOCH AT KMCCULLOCH@CITYOFSACRAMENTO.ORG OR CALL (916) 808-1575.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

2021 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

While the nature of the COVID-19 health crisis has created a situation in which we are navigating many unknowns, below is an update for this fall's program.

  • You must reside within the Sacramento city limits to participate in the program.
  • The Prime Time Teen Virtually Connected program is an eight-week virtual workforce readiness and skill development program available for youth 13-17 years of age. The online program places an emphasis on engaging participants in the development of 21st Century workforce readiness skills and the creation of a small group community service project. 

  • Participants engage in interactive online group sessions to gain knowledge, insight, and be more prepared when they are seeking employment within the workforce environment and selection of career options.

  • All instructional programming will be online via ZOOM and/or Google Classroom. Instructional groups sessions are held twice a week, two hours a day, for eight-weeks at four different times with additional individual assignments given weekly to complete.

  • Prior to the beginning of the program, participants must complete a Parent/Guardian & Student Information. Packet sent by email to each registereidd individual to guarantee their program slot. Staff will be available to discuss, go over, review, and answer questions that may arise.

  • To receive the monetary stipend, a participant is required to attend, participate, and complete online instructional programming group sessions, community service project activities, and a mock interview. During the program cycle, participants are allowed no more than two excused/unexcused absences.

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Prime Time Teen Virtually Connected

Monday/Wednesday
Session Options

Tuesday/Thursday
Session Options

Friday

 

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Course# 15881

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Course# 15882

No Program

 

Virtual Office Hours
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Virtual Office Hours
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Virtual Office Hours
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

 
   

  • Course #15881: Program begins Monday, April 5 and ends on Wednesday May 26th.
  • Course #15882: Program begins Tuesday, April 6 and ends on Thursday, May 27
  • Virtual Office Hours are available for added assistance, support, and if there are questions regarding any topics or assignments that are discussed or assigned during the online instructional programming.

To register for this program please visit: 
Online Registration

Our Flyer:
Prime Time Teen Virtually Connected Spring 2021 flyer (PDF)

Any questions or additional information needed contact:
Yer Lee | (916) 808-6023 | ylee@cityofsacramento.org

 

Resource Page

Workforce Development