The Bright Future Employment Fair in 2013 gave about 250 Kansas City residents 16 years and older the opportunity to meet with representatives of city departments and several private employers to talk about summer jobs and internships. Expect more teens and young adults to line up April 16 at the Kauffman Foundation for a job fair to connect 2,500 youths with 250 employers.
The Bright Future Employment Fair in 2013 gave about 250 Kansas City residents 16 years and older the opportunity to meet with representatives of city departments and several private employers to talk about summer jobs and internships. Expect more teens and young adults to line up April 16 at the Kauffman Foundation for a job fair to connect 2,500 youths with 250 employers. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
The Bright Future Employment Fair in 2013 gave about 250 Kansas City residents 16 years and older the opportunity to meet with representatives of city departments and several private employers to talk about summer jobs and internships. Expect more teens and young adults to line up April 16 at the Kauffman Foundation for a job fair to connect 2,500 youths with 250 employers. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

Kansas City summer youth jobs program will provide many benefits for area

March 13, 2016 10:00 AM

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