Monday , August 15 2022
San Bernardino Awarded $4.2 Million as Part of California Youth Jobs Program

San Bernardino Awarded $4.2 Million grant for Youth Jobs Program

The City of San Bernardino, in partnership with California Volunteers, Office of the Governor has announced that it has been awarded a $4,169,142 grant to hire nearly 70 young and early career staff members over the next two years.

The City has said it will hire individuals in the Parks and Recreation, Animal Services, Library, and Police Departments, along with additional positions in partnership with local Community Based
Organizations (CBO’s).

San Bernardino is committed to providing our youth with a pathway to succeed,” said Mayor John Valdivia. “Too often people say that you need experience to get a good job in public service. This program will provide up to two years of valuable work experience and training so our local youth can succeed. We are very excited to be receiving this grant.”

The city positions will be full-time or half-time paying between $16 to $27 an hour along with applicable benefits and run through May of 2024.

San Bernardino’s Human Resources will post jobs available in the coming weeks. Visit for more information.

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