LEWISTON – The Junior Career Connection, located in the second-floor computer classroom of the Lewiston Public Library, is hosting an informational open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15.

The program offers young people ages 14 to 24 a place to learn and receive support for planning their future. Young people, parents, those working with youth and employers interested in hiring young people are welcome. Light refreshments will be provided.

Junior Career Connection, which opened on Jan. 16, is an Empower Lewiston program developed and supported in partnership with the Lewiston Public Library, Lewiston Career Center, Bates Harward Center, Volunteers of America, Lots to Gardens, Young Professionals of Lewiston-Auburn, Lewiston Youth Advisory Committee, Lewiston-Auburn College, New Beginnings, ACE and CEI Youthbuild.

For more information, contact Hillary Verrill at Empower Lewiston, 777-5144, [email protected] or visit www.myspace.com/juniorcareerconnection.

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