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Summer Youth Employment Program

Starkist personnel and Summer Youth Employment participants
Eleven local young people spent part of their summer at Starkist Samoa this year, as part of the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP). Starkist general manager Jason Kim; human resources/government relations manager Archie Soliai; and the rest of the Starkist crew wish these future leaders all...
Stephano Afoa and Iosefa Mulivanu
DAY 2 ON THE JOB. Stephano Afoa of Iliili and Iosefa Mulivanu of Vaitogi waiting for the doors to open at ASPA, where they are employed for the next two months.  Stephano and Iosefa are 2 of the more than 30 high school and ASCC students who are employed at ASPA, as part of the American Samoa...
(l-r) Lulu Barber, Tapaau Dr. Dan Aga, Robert Ho Chee, Frantacia Mauigoa, John Marsh, and Keith Gebauer
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Frantacia Mauigoa was farewelled yesterday after her participation in the ASG three-week Summer Youth Employment Program, which officially ends today. Her worksite was the ASG Political Status and Constitutional Review Office, headed by Tapaau Dr. Dan Aga and housed at...
The eight American Samoa students attending school off island who are home for the summer break, are among the 800 student-participants in the government sponsored Summer Youth Employment Program, which runs through Aug. 3. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
Some of the participants in this year's Summer Youth Employment Program
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A look at some of the local students during Monday’s opening ceremony at the DYWA Pago Pago Youth Center for this year’s American Samoa Government-sponsored Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) which includes at least 8 who are American Samoan students attending school...
Iven Holi (left) of Matu’u/Faganeanea and Saafi Tamaalemalo of Pago Pago are Samoa News interns in the Summer Youth Employment Program.
Iven Holi (left) of Matu’u/Faganeanea and Saafi Tamaalemalo of Pago Pago, take a brief break yesterday from work at Samoa News to smile for the camera. The pair, who are students at Samoana are Samoa News interns for ASG's Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP). They will get a chance to learn more...