Interested in hosting a Young Adult Paid Internship?
Host up to 16 weeks
40 Hours Per Week
Ages 16-24 years old
Pay is $15.00 Per Hour (wages paid by us)
Fill one or multiple job positions
No payroll or hiring necessary
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Stabilize and engage young adults with career-building experience and a direct connection to the workforce, all while supporting your business’s recovery from the pandemic.
The program can help your business access temporary staffing assistance by providing up to 16 weeks of internship at 20 hours per week, with reasonable time flexibility available depending on your needs. Internship wages are funded by Pierce County and the American Rescue Plan Act.
After submitting information about your company, internship requirements, and available training/skill-building opportunities, Hire Pierce County: Next-Gen Edition will connect you to young adults at a job matching event to find the perfect fit.
This program will help young adults gain the skills and training needed to succeed in your industry and is ideal for helping your business with project-based lifts. It will open up opportunities and possibilities for your organization and the young adults entering your industry.
Internship wages are funded by Pierce County via the American Rescue Plan Act.
Please use the form below to contact us with any questions about Hire Pierce County: Next Gen.
To enroll your business in the program, please sign up using our enrollment form here.
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Hire Pierce County is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Washington Relay Service: 711.