With the temperatures heating up this week, summer is on many people’s minds, including Camden City Mayor Dana L. Redd.
Redd announced Wednesday that the city’s Summer Recreation/Food Service Program is accepting applications for a number of adult and youth summer jobs.
Temporary summer employment in the city pays between $7.25 to $15 an hour, depending on the position. Jobs available for adults and youth include summer program monitor; recreation site supervisor and aide; pool coordinator and lifeguards.
The city’s Summer Youth Employment Program is designed to provide a six-week educational experience and financial incentive for Camden teens. Youth must be between 14 and 17 years old to work. Applications are due May 25.