The nation’s largest employer-led coalition committed to creating pathways to employment for young people, today announced that participating companies offered 700 jobs to Opportunity Youth – 16-24-year-olds who are not in school nor employed.
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More than 30 companies, including Starbucks, will be conducting more than 1,700 interviews Friday at the Dallas Opportunity Fair. Some will result in job offers on the spot. Participants between the ages of 16 and 24 who aren’t in school and aren’t working can get help with their resumes, learn interview tips, practice tying a tie and more.