Calling all people looking for summer jobs!

City says 7,000 summer jobs are available for Boston youth ages 14 to 18

Topeka (KSNT) – Summer may be a few months away but the Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka are already preparing for the frenzy.

Workers must be prepared to spend time with children from 7 am to 6 pm each day during these summer programs. To check out some of these job opportunities for yourself, you can click here.

On top of looking for jobs for the summer, they have many full-time jobs available for people to check out as well.

Jennifer LeClair of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka joins the 27 News Morning staff to talk about some of the exciting new programs and partnerships they are exploring.

First, they’re working on a new “workforce development” initiative, to try to get companies to “offer tours of facilities, talk about future job opportunities, etc.” To encourage Kansas students to remain in Kansas once they enter the workforce.

Not only that, but to give Kansas businesses the opportunity to see how future generations of workers are shaping up.

Additionally, LeClair touched on the Clubs of Topeka’s recent partnership with the Stormont Vail Health mobile clinic. They want to give people access to health care who normally wouldn’t be able to because of travel restrictions or other circumstances.

They want to emphasize that mobile clinic services are not limited to members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka, they are open to everyone in the community who may need these services.