Released on May 9, 2011 - 9:33am
May 09
Mayor Craig A. Moe has announced the “Mayor’s Summer Jobs” program will continue for the 2011 summer.  Mayor Moe noted that this program won the Maryland Municipal League Achievement Award, an honor for which he is very proud.  Mayor Moe thanked the Laurel City Council for its support of the continuation of this program. The purpose of this program is to provide meaningful employment opportunities for Laurel youth during the summer months. 
The Mayor’s Summer Jobs Program is open to Laurel youth who are City residents between the ages of 14 to 16 on the first day of the program.   Youth in the program must have their parent’s or guardian’s written permission to participate in the program and provide a Work Permit from their school Guidance Office, if applicable. The daily work schedule will vary depending upon the Department the position is assigned to, but in no case will exceed 20 hours per week.  The hourly rate of pay will be $7.25 per hour.  Typical assignments may include general office work, inspection assistance, etc.   Work assignments are intended to be meaningful that will help motivate career consideration, develop good work habits, and promote the City of Laurel.  The required dress standard will be appropriate to the assignment.  Actual employment dates will be from June 27, 2011 through August 19, 2011, a period of eight weeks.
Persons interested in applying may visit the Laurel Municipal Center at 8103 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, to obtain an application, or download from the City’s web site at  All applications must be received on or before 5:00 p.m. May 20, 2011.    All qualified applicants will go through an interview process.
Mayor Moe stated he looks forward to the third year of this exciting program.  He invites Laurel’s youth to consider this opportunity.  Persons wanting additional information or want to make sure they live in the City of Laurel can call 301-725-5300, or download an application from the City’s website at


For Immediate Release
May 9, 2011
Contact:   James Collins, Public Information Officer
               301-725-5300, ext. 2244
                E-Mail: [email protected]

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