The Department of Labor and Regulation’s Summer Passport Series is back. Job Service offices have planned fun events for teens and young adults ages 14-24 to explore careers in their communities, engage with businesses and educators, and prepare for the world of work.
In-person sessions start as early as June 2 and run through the summer. Participants may be eligible to earn $25 for every in-person event attended.
Youth can choose from a variety of sessions including financial literacy, life skills, job search readiness, dressing for success, applications and interviews, workplace etiquette, and much more.
You can view or download flyers for each Job Service office with a list of sessions offered at their website dlr.sd.gov/summer-passport. All sessions are location based and registration for in person events is required so make sure to check out the flyers on their website for your town and see what sessions are available for you.
Virtual sessions will be offered five Tuesdays throughout the summer at 10:30 a.m. CDT starting June 6.Registration is not required for virtual sessions. The link to each session will be made available on the website before the day of the event.
For questions about this series, call 605-256-5300