THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 15 Everett High School April Students of the Month Alexia Mitchell — Science Gillian Avelar — Art Kiiya Johnson Booth — Machine Tech II Milenna Mara — Geometry Omayma Salih — Health Rixy Abigail Alvarenga-Fuentes — AP Spanish DiDomenico joins Arts Matter Advocacy Day B William Charbonnier — English Applications available for Mayor’s Youth Summer Job Program T he City of Everett is now accepting applications for Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Summer Youth Job Program. Everett residents from ages 15 to 21 years of age who are seeking summer employment are encouraged to apply. Working papers will be required if you are under the age of 18. Applicants will be required to bring their social security card for payroll and employment verification. No application will be considered without a completed census form. Job placements are located throughout the City of Everett. There will be two sessions; each will run four weeks long, up to 20 hours per week. Each applicant will be eligible for one session of four weeks up to 20 hours per week. Applications and census forms are available at Everett City Hall, rm. 32, Everett High School, or the City of Everett website. Completed applications must be submitted to the Human Resources Department by Thursday, May 23. For more information, please contact the Human Resources Department at 617-394-2280. OSTON – State Senator Sal DiDomenico recently met with advocates from his district who were at the State House as part of MASSCreative’s Arts Matter Advocacy Day. During the meeting, Sen. DiDomenico’s constituents told him about their respective professions in the arts, and together they discussed how the arts can be further supported in the budget and through key legislation. “Funding for the arts has always been one of my top priorities,” said Sen. DiDomenico, whose district is a hub for prominent art organizations and projects. “I’m looking forward to partnering with our Commonwealth’s arts organizations to secure additional resources for my district and our Commonwealth.” State Senator Sal DiDomenico recently joined residents from Everett, Charlestown, Chelsea and Cambridge for MASSCreative’s Arts Matter Advocacy Day at the State House. (Courtesy Photo)

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