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Bloomfield Youth Program

Are you looking to advance your career and stand out in the job market? Join our program and gain the skills employers are seeking. Our expert instructors and comprehensive courses in resume writing, interview preparation, and professional communication are designed to help you succeed.

Don't miss this opportunity to invest in your future. Enroll today and start your journey towards a successful career!

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Expert-led workshops on
resume and cover letter writing

Interview preparation techniques

Incentive Payments for program completion

Professional communication and networking skills

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Summer youth employment applications are now live!

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Youth Impact

Impacting the lives of more than 1,000 youth annually, BHCA is the largest Summer Youth Employment & Learning Program (SYELP) Provider in the City of Hartford as well as a Community School Partner at Weaver High School.
BHCA Youth Employment and Development Programming impacts the lives of high school students and young adults with the goal of building a dynamic future workforce with in-demand skills.

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Important Summer News for Youth in Hartford Area!

The Blue Hills Civic Association, the largest youth employer in the Hartford area, is now accepting applications for the summer. Youths must be 14 years old by July 1, 2024, to be eligible.

Key points to keep in mind:

• Students need to create an account if this is their first time applying.

• If students are returning, they may login with last year's account or reset their password if they forgot it (they do not need to create a new account)

The following link is to Capital Workforce Partners, the Fidiciary and Managing Lead for the Summer Youth Employment & Learning Program (SYELP).

                 CWP APPLICATION HERE:

• In order for an application to be deemed as COMPLETE the students must have the following items uploaded:

• School Transcript or Report card name, school name, and school year.

The document must reflect the 2023-2024 school year.

• Students can use parents' utility bill if address is not reflected on their transcript U.S Birth Certificate.

• Green card if they were born outside of the U.S

•Students over 18 MUST have and upload a state ID


• The application must be signed by a apparent or guardian if a student is under 18


• If the youth would like to work with our organization, he or she must select Blue Hills Civic Association or BHCA as the Provider.

Blue Hills Education and  Social Technology(BHEST)

The Extended Learning Program at Blue Hills in Weaver High School. We focus on enriching student life by promoting key skills such as problem-solving and leadership. Our mission is to ensure the well-being of students, preparing them to be productive members in both school and life. With goals of college readiness, community collaboration, and a welcoming environment, we aim to enhance grades and attendance.

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