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Mayor's Office, Mayor announces enhancements in youth summer jobs program

Louisville 1st city in nation to embrace Ice House Entrepreneurship Program

Date Published: 5/7/2012

Young adults hired for summer jobs through the KentuckianaWorks: SummerWorks2012 program will participate in the nationally recognized entrepreneurship training program, Ice House Entrepreneurship Program, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today during a news conference at the Louisville Free Public Library, 301 York St. Joining the Mayor for the event were JCPS Superintendent Donna M. Hargens, Thom Ruhe, Kauffman Foundation vice president of Entrepreneurship, and Clifton Taulbert and Gary Schoeniger, coauthors of the “Who Owns the Ice House?”, for which the training program was named.

Click here to learn more about the program, how you can support youth employment in SummerWorks2012 and how youth can apply to participate in the program.

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