If you’re a teen who likes to assist neighbors and friends in their time of need, then the Skokie TeenLink Program is for you. The program is a database list of Skokie teens that are available to do outside yard work, including snow shoveling, which is provided to Skokie residents upon request. Teens are paid for their service by the resident they assist and it is a great start to a résumé.
Many residents who request the TeenLink list are unable to do physical outdoor yard work themselves, are unable to afford the cost of a professional contractor or only need assistance once in a while. The TeenLink list provides contact information for Skokie teens including the name, phone number, email address and address of the teen, days of availability, type of work they are willing to do and their expected rate of pay. Residents receive the list by mail or email.
Skokie teens, sign up for the Skokie TeenLink now! Applications and additional information are available at www.skokie.org or by contacting the Village Manager’s office at 847/933-8257.