At least 60 Calhoun youth, ages 14-24 are eligible for Workforce WV's summer work program which starts June 29.

Calhoun had the highest number of applications in Workforce's region.

The Summer Youth Program is funded through the American Recovery Act of 2009.

Participants will receive an hourly work rate of $7.25 per hour for a minimum of 30 hours a week for six weeks at designated work sites.

Those work sites in Calhoun include the courthouse, Calhoun schools, Town of Grantsville and Minnie Hamilton Health System.

The program also hires supervisors for each work crew.

Applicants had to meet certain income levels as well as meet program eligibility requirements.

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