Urban Alliance Featured in Article “Cuts leave jobless young Washingtonians searching for summer options”

With fewer opportunities for young people to earn money this summer, city advocates are working to fill the gaps and trying to understand why the District hasn’t done more to promote alternatives for job-seekers left empty-handed. “The mayor and the city are making a noble attempt at filling in some holes, but it’s definitely very last minute, and I’m not sure about the quality of the opportunities they’re coming up with,” said Sean Segal, director of operations at the Urban Alliance Foundation, which runs youth training and mentoring programs (all of which are full). To Read Full article, (click here)