Summer Jobs+ is a call to action for businesses, non-profits, and government to work together to provide pathways to employment for young people in the summer of 2012. It's about helping people find their first jobs.
Jimmy Fallon is the host of NBC's Late Night and an alum of Saturday Night Live. For all his success as an entertainer, his first job was anything but glamorous -- he worked at a grocery store where it was his responsibility to keep the floor mats clean.
But that experience taught him a valuable lesson. Watch:
So far, employers have listed more than 300,000 jobs, mentorships, and other employment opportunities this summer through Summer Jobs+.
You heard about Jimmy Fallon's first job. Now go find yours.
- Watch Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis talk about her first job.
- See the list of participating employers and organizations
- Add opportunites to the Summer Jobs+ Bank
- Check out a range of web and mobile apps designed to connect young people to jobs.