By KIMBERLY ALLEN
With about a month of school left most kids are already thinking about their summer plans, and if your child intends on working there are opportunities available here.
Hearts to Nourish Hope, a Riverdale non-profit organization, has two goals: keeping the community safe and encouraging youth to explore and develop their potential for good. Their Summer Jobs PLUS for Youth program is one way they accomplish this by offering jobs to students. Applicants must be 14 to 24 years old, a Clayton County resident and meet income qualifications. Please call 770-997-4517 and 770-997-4511 for more information, as May 15 is the deadline to submit applications.
Among the employers Hearts to Nourish Hope has partnered with is Clayton County Public Schools. At least 400 students can take advantage of summer programs which include a Youth Summer Learning Program where students enhance their skills in arts and technology; a Summer Employment Program working at CCPS or