CLEVELAND - School will be out in a few weeks, and if your kids are looking for a summer job, they're in luck.
On Wednesday, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald announced they have teamed up with Youth Opportunities Unlimited for a Summer Youth Employment Program.
There will be nearly 2,500 minimum-wage jobs available to low-income, eligible youth between the ages of 14-24.
The president of Youth Opportunities Unlimited, Carol Rivchun, said there will be different types of positions open.
"They'll work at non-profits, libraries, schools, but there's also private sector partners in this. There's also urban farms and other interesting green jobs, as well as retail."
The program is expected to start on June 1, but anyone interested can start applying now by visiting: www.youthopportunities.org.