SATURDAY, MARCH 9 11-NOON
12801 JOY ROAD, DETROIT 48228
RIPPLING HOPE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT JOB DESCRIPTION
Workforce Development Program geared to helping prepare young people for Work Readiness (including interviewing skills, appropriate attire, work ethic, etc.); and Job Skills Training/Skilled Trades Exposure and Training (using power tools, job site safety, painting, minor carpentry and home repair/maintenance). In addition, team members will have opportunities to learn basic leadership development skills, and project design and planning.
A major component of this program will involve young people designing, planning, building and installing Free Little Library Boxes in several neighborhoods in Northwest Detroit.
Youth and Young adults between 13 and 19 years old who will benefit from increased exposure, additional opportunities, and/or support to prepare for work or education after high school. These young people include: High school students, high school drop-outs, unemployed young people, with or without high school diplomas or GEDs.
8-10 Saturdays June-August
10AM-2PM each Saturday
- Show up for the project each week ready to learn and work. If you are not able to come on any given week, please notify Project Director in the morning.
- Show up for the project each week dressed in appropriate work attire as directed by Rippling Hope at employee orientation.
- Follow instructions and processes as given by the Project Director of Rippling Hope.
- Practice all Rippling Hope safety protocols as provided at employee orientation.
Team members will be directly responsible to the Workforce Development Team Supervisor & to Rev. Carl E. Zerweck, III, Director of Rippling Hope. All questions, concerns and issues related to your work need to be directly communicated to them.
Call Carl Zerweck, Director of Rippling Hope at: 313-704-1230 to express interest, ask any questions you might have and to request an application.
THIS PROGRAM IS OPEN TO RESIDENTS OF DISTRICTS 1, 2 & 7