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Youth Program- One Summer Chicago Application Open

One Summer Chicago (OSC) is an initiative that provides youth with employment and enrichment opportunities during the summer months. OSC offers summer employment to youth between the ages of 14 and 24, as well as a range of enrichment activities for children and youth of all ages, including camps, sports, arts, and recreation programs. Most programs are between 20 and 25 hours per week. 

See  Q & A From the One Summer Chicago FAQ:

Q: When will the One Summer Chicago application be available?

A: The application will be available on April 1, 2015. The last day to apply is May 15, 2015.

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Q: What kinds of jobs are available?

A: This year, One Summer Chicago will offer a wide range of opportunities through our partner agencies and organizations, including After School Matters, the Department of Family and Support Services, the Chicago Park District, Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Housing Authority, the Chicago Public Libraries, and more. Depending on the opportunity, jobs could range from working outdoors to involvement in arts and academic enrichment programs.

Q: What are the requirements to apply for One Summer Chicago?

A: Each partner organization will have its own employment requirements, but here are the most basic requirements:

  1. Be a City of Chicago resident (with the exception of Forest Preserve of Cook County - requires residency in Cook County)
  2. Be between 14 and 24 years of age
  3. Have permission to participate from a parent or guardian if you're under the age of 18
  4. Complete the One Summer Chicago online application

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