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Welcome to YouthCity

YouthCity fosters positive youth development in Salt Lake City, by providing out of school opportunities for social, emotional, skills, character, and citizenship development in an inclusive and caring environment.
 
YouthCity serves Salt Lake City's young people ages 9-18 with innovative and enriching activities created with input from participants. The programs are located throughout Salt Lake City, where young people can have fun while learning new skills. YouthCity currently provides teen, after-school and summer, arts, employment, sports, government and service learning programming.
 
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Summer 2018

Summer 2018 - Information


Summer Registration Status-

  Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Central City Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy
Fairmont Park Waitlist Waitlist Vacancy
Liberty Park Waitlist Waitlist Waitlist
Ottinger Hall Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy
Sorenson Unity Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy

 

 

 

 

 

 


Summer Program 2018  /  Programa de Verano 2018

Printable - YouthCity Summer 2018   /   Verano 2018

Fillable - YouthCity Summer 2018   /   Verano 2018


Ages 9-14

Open registration begins on location; 4/16/2018

  • Full payment of first session attending is due in the form of a check or money order at the time of registration.
  • Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
  • Our receipt of a registration form is not confirmation of acceptance.
  • You will receive a confirmation email once we have verified your registration packet’s contents.
  • Registration is open to all residents of Salt Lake City.
  • Fees are tiered, based on family size and income.

Session 1

  • June 11- July 6
  • Closed 7/4/2018

Session 2

  • July 9- August 3
  • Closed 7/23, 7/24

Session 3

  • August 6-August 17

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Information & Documentation
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NOW HIRING - SUMMER - FULL TIME
  • Salary - USD $10.87 - $12.00/Hr.

Overview

To provide on-going leadership and supervision for groups of school ages children in an extended day/extended year program. Afternoon and evening hours are required.

Responsibilities
  • Safely transports children to various program activities within the City.
  • Communicates and enforces program rules and code of conduct in cooperation with private security staff and/or law enforcement. Advises youth and adults regarding rule infraction and consequences.
  • Provide leadership to children engaged in program activities. Maintain attendance records as required by program.
  • Plan and implement daily activities according to program needs. Participate in all activities with children, and assist specialist.
  • Assist in the preparation of weekly lesson plans. Facilitate group activities for youth.
  • Follow program procedures to safeguard health, safety, and well being of participants.
  • Prepare, clean up, and maintain facility daily. Inspects facility and equipment, including playgrounds, for safety hazards, cleanliness, and health risks as assigned.  Reports any problems to maintenance personnel.  Reports all security and disciplinary incidents in daily log.
  • Assist in providing daily snacks.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and training sessions as scheduled.
  • Develop and maintain communication with participating families. Develop and maintain cooperative relationship with center and school personnel.
  • Provide a safe/healthy environment for program participants.
  • Maintains and inspects city vehicles according to required pre-trip inspections. Distributes and collects vehicle keys and pre-trip inspection forms according to pre-arranged schedule.
  • Report daily to Program Coordinator.

Qualifications

  • High School graduate or equivalent and at least 21 years of age.
  • Experience in working with school-aged children and/or other related experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate group management skills and techniques.
  • Ability to contribute special skills, such as art, dance, and recreation.
  • Ability to work with a diverse population – including both youth and adults.
  • Ability to resolve conflict situations.
  • Ability to deal with both youth and adults in a non-judgmental atmosphere.
  • Strong communications skills with the ability to communicate with individuals from different social and ethnic backgrounds.

DESIRED SKILLS:

  • Bilingual preferred.

CLICK LINK TO APPLY

Up to 40 Hours/Week
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NOW HIRING - SUMMER - PART TIME
  • Salary - USD $10.87 - $12.00/Hr.

Overview

To provide on-going leadership and supervision for groups of school ages children in an extended day/extended year program. Afternoon and evening hours are required.

Responsibilities
  • Safely transports children to various program activities within the City.
  • Communicates and enforces program rules and code of conduct in cooperation with private security staff and/or law enforcement. Advises youth and adults regarding rule infraction and consequences.
  • Provide leadership to children engaged in program activities. Maintain attendance records as required by program.
  • Plan and implement daily activities according to program needs. Participate in all activities with children, and assist specialist.
  • Assist in the preparation of weekly lesson plans. Facilitate group activities for youth.
  • Follow program procedures to safeguard health, safety, and well being of participants.
  • Prepare, clean up, and maintain facility daily. Inspects facility and equipment, including playgrounds, for safety hazards, cleanliness, and health risks as assigned.  Reports any problems to maintenance personnel.  Reports all security and disciplinary incidents in daily log.
  • Assist in providing daily snacks.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings and training sessions as scheduled.
  • Develop and maintain communication with participating families. Develop and maintain cooperative relationship with center and school personnel.
  • Provide a safe/healthy environment for program participants.
  • Maintains and inspects city vehicles according to required pre-trip inspections. Distributes and collects vehicle keys and pre-trip inspection forms according to pre-arranged schedule.
  • Report daily to Program Manager.

Qualifications
  • High School graduate or equivalent and at least 21 years of age.
  • Experience in working with school-aged children and/or other related experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate group management skills and techniques.
  • Ability to contribute special skills, such as art, dance, and recreation.
  • Ability to work with a diverse population – including both youth and adults.
  • Ability to resolve conflict situations.
  • Ability to deal with both youth and adults in a non-judgmental atmosphere.
  • Strong communications skills with the ability to communicate with individuals from different social and ethnic backgrounds.

DESIRED SKILLS:

  • Bilingual preferred

CLICK TO APPLY

Up to 25 Hours/Week
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