University of California, San Diego

June 1, 1994
SUBJECT: The Neighborhood House Association Summer Youth
Employment Program
This marks UCSD's twenty-eighth year of participation in a summer youth employment program. For those who may not be familiar with this program, its purpose is to provide work training positions for students, ages 14-21, who come from economically disadvantaged families. UCSD assumes the responsibility for providing training and supervision for each enrollee at no direct cost to the University.
The tentative schedule for this summer calls for participants to start approximately July 6, 1994. The program will last a minimum of six weeks. As in the past, the final working day depends on fund availability and is determined as the program progresses. The students are paid minimum wage by the above agency and the work schedule can provide up to 30 hours per week of employment (Monday through Friday).
There are a limited number of participants available and thus positions will be allocated on a "first come-first served" basis.
If you are interested in participating this summer in helping young people successfully enter the world of work, please complete the attached job application. If you have more than one location, please complete a separate form for each location. Please note that your application must be returned no later than Friday, June 8, 1994.
Delia H. Talamantez
Director -
Staff Affirmative Action/
Conflict of Interest Office
University of California, San Diego Site
Summer 1994
Worksite: ___________________________ __________ ___________________
Department Mail Code Bldg/Room
Supervisor: ________________________________ ________________________
Name Extension
_________________________________ _______________________ Supervisor Signature Date
# Positions Minimum Age
Job Title_____________________ Requested__________ Required____
Job Description:______________________________________________________
Entry level skills desired:___________________________________________
Special training to be provided by Worksite:_____________________________________________________________
Please list 5 to 7 primary job-specific skills to be learned by the participants at the end of the training. Primary job-specific skills encompass the proficiency to perform actual tasks and technical functions required by certain occupational fields at entry levels (i.e. word processing, grounds/building maintenance, carpentry, receptionist, etc.).
1.___________________ 2.____________________ 3._____________________
4.___________________ 5.____________________ 6._____________________
Please list 3 to 5 secondary job-specific skills to be learned by the participants at the end of the training. Secondary job-specific skills entail familiarity with the use of set-up procedures, safety measures, work related terminology, record keeping and paperwork formats, tools, equipment and materials, and breakdown and clean-up routines.
1.____________________ 2.____________________ 3.____________________
4.____________________ 5.____________________
If position requires a youth over age 14 please justify: ______________________________________________________________________
Supportive services or special safety equipment required (tools, safety glasses, etc.)___________________________________________
Is worksite accessible to the Handicapped? Yes___ or No___
Ratio of supervisors Is bilingual supervision If yes, indicate to enrollees _________ available? Yes___ No___ language________
NOTE: Please return to Debbie Ordonez, Staff Affirmative Action Office, 0923, by June 8, 1994.
Staff Affirmative Action Office May 1994