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"DeKalb Works"

A Youth Summer Employment Program

DeKalb County and WorkSource DeKalb are accepting applications for worksites and interns for the summer employment program, "DeKalb Works." Apply below, or view some frequently asked questions

Apply for "DeKalb Works"

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Intern FAQs

Q: Who is qualified to apply for "DeKalb Works?"
A: Any DeKalb resident ages 14 to 24. Applications are reviewed and accepted on a first-come first-served basis. 

Q: How long does the program run?
A: The program begins Monday, June 4, and ends Friday, July 27.

Q: How many hours per week do interns work, and how much do they get paid?
A: Interns will work up to 20 hours per week for $9 an hour. 

Q: How do I apply to be an intern?
A: Click here to fill out an intern application.

Q: Who do I contact with more questions?
A: Contact WorkSource DeKalb Youth Services at or 404-687-3400.

Worksite FAQs

Q: What are the benefits of signing up as a worksite?
A: Interns are provided at no cost to the worksite; WorkSource DeKalb covers all intern payroll and workers' compensation. Interns will receive work-readiness training and complete an interview before beginning job assignments. Additionally, this investment in the county's youth with help shape DeKalb's future workforce. 

Q: How do I apply to be a worksite?
A: Click here to fill out a worksite application.

Q: Who do I contact with more questions?
A: Contact Bea White with WorkSource DeKalb at or 404-371-2627.