Summer Youth Employment Program - ProMedica

ProMedica | Toledo, OH

In 2012, then-Toledo Mayor Mike Bell approached ProMedica for help with an initiative to provide meaningful opportunities for Toledo youth during the summer months. ProMedica responded with a Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) with four primary objectives: (1) improve the youths’ readiness for higher education and employment; (2) increase awareness among youth for health care careers; (3) engage students academically in health care-related fields; and (4) strengthen the local health and human services infrastructure and workforce.

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