MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway says the Metropolis will broaden contracts for fall 2020 youth employment alternatives.
In a launch issued Tuesday, Rhodes-Conway introduced $99,500 in contract extensions for funding youth employment alternatives this fall in addition to further funds that may go to 5 community-based organizations that beforehand obtained funding for summer time youth employment programming.
The contracts, Rhodes-Conway stated, will help youth packages for 75 to 85 kids ages 14 to 18 throughout trip of college by way of the top of the 12 months.
“Younger folks have had a tough time throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with college being digital and lots of sports activities and actions cancelled,” Mayor Rhodes Conway stated. “I’m grateful to our 5 companion organizations that may present constructive actions for youth this fall and profit our neighborhood as a complete. I encourage our total neighborhood to affix the Metropolis in supporting alternatives for younger folks to be employed, achieve expertise, and provides again to their neighborhood.”
The 5 organizations embrace Mellowhood Basis, Bayview Giving Backyard and Group Artwork Program, Widespread Wealth Improvement, Root to Rise and Goodman Group Middle.
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