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PJC Employer Packet .pdf


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Pathways to Justice
Careers
Made possible by the U.S. Department of Labor Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth (PJC) Grant

THE BIG PICTURE: In spite of robust
economic growth, Philadelphia continues to struggle
with high poverty rates. Persistent poverty and inequity
have severe implications not only on the city’s young
people, but also for the economic growth of the city
overall. High poverty rates are also correlated with high
crime rates, and in a landscape of tension between law
enforcement and communities, there is a need to break
down this perceived barrier, unite communities and
support opportunity. Employment and education are
proven pathways out of poverty, providing young people
with connections to employment, mentoring, and
individual and support puts them on a trajectory to success.

PATHWAYS TO JUSTICE CAREERS will provide Philadelphia youth and young adults
aged 16-21 with the services and supports needed to graduate high school and enter career pathways in
the criminal justice and/or emergency services fields. These services will include mentorship provided by
professionals working in these fields, summer employment opportunities in these fields, career exposure,
and individualized academic and personal support. Along with supporting the academic and
employment success of these youth and young adults and facilitating their entry into these fields, the
program will help to build stronger communities.
The Philadelphia Youth Network is working with a crosssector leadership team to implement this program, which
uses a career pathways model to ensure youth complete
high school or an equivalency degree, and enter the
workforce or pursue a post-secondary opportunity based
on their career interests and goals. The model leverage
existing city services and partnerships to offer more
intensive, coordinated, and comprehensive services for
eligible youth.
We are now recruiting employer partners to be a part of
this important program by offering Summer work
opportunities (subsidized).
All worksite opportunities must be in the criminal justice and/or emergency services fields.

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Managing partner

Summer Worksite Registration
Partnering with Pathways to Justice Careers

Company and Primary Contact Information
OFFICIAL COMPANY NAME

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

TITLE

PHONE NUMBER

CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS

ADDRESS

CITY, STATE

ZIP CODE

Secondary Contact
FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

TITLE

PHONE NUMBER

CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS

Summer Work Experience Information
NUMBER OF AVAILABLE POSITIONS

IDEAL WORKING HOURS

Briefly list the job title and function??

WORKSITE SECTOR




DAYS OF THE WEEK (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)









Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Public
Private
Non-Profit

DRESS CODE







Business casual
Business professional
Company uniform
School uniform acceptable
Casual

JEVS Human Services will manage all summer worksite experiences
For more information: Tara Mullen, tara.mullen@jevs.org, 215-341-5626


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