For all the kids out there who would like to have a summer job in the winter, too, the city is about to get involved in Baltimore’s youthful snow removal industry.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a new youth employment program through the Department of Transportation that will hire somewhere between 200 and 400 kids to shovel sidewalks for the elderly and disabled, Baltimore Business Journal reports.
Participants in the program will receive either a $500 minimum stipend or high school credit hours.
For more information on the program and how to be a part of it, go here.
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