This apprenticeship program engages teens in the area of website design. Teens learn website and graphic design. Participants also create a 4 page business website.
Interns hold daily classes for summer camp participants to teach them how to refurbish computers that will be donated to the community. They also teach computer use classes that include basic computer use as well as common software use and creating, maintaining and transporting files.
CARES Chicago's Summer Internship Program will provide youth with special needs an opportunity to gain real world work experience in Healthcare, Hospitality, Custodial, Clerical and Recreational service occupations . Youth will gain and understanding of business operations and have the opportunity to acquire critical hard and soft job readiness skills while being monetarily compensated for the same.
Fifteen student apprentices and six instructors from YTC - ASM programs bring donated rebuilt computers and other projects to rural communities in Durango, Mexico. Apprentices will interact with Mexican students, teachers and families for one week resulting in an unforgettable experience.
The objective will be to show North Carolina students how to refurbish computers so that by the end of the week, each school's student team has their first computers ready for donation. A student film team will also produce a short film of the trip for the closing ceremony on the last day.