The internship runs during the summer from June to August.  Click here to fill out application.  Click here to see flyer on program.


Who: Immigrant/Refugee and other low income family youth, age 14-24 yrs.

When: 8-10 weeks from June through August. Monday through Friday.  We ask that you commit roughly 4 hours daily.

Where: Internship worksites through Franklin County


Activities include: Daily work assignments, 21st Century Employment Skill, Career Exploration, Financial Literacy, Leadership and Goal Setting Training.


For more information, please contact Youth Program Manager, Solomon Ayalew at (614) 252-5362 ext. 201 or solomon.ayalew@ethiotss.org

Youth Programs

East: 
530 McNaughten Rd. Columbus OH. 43213
When: 4 pm to 7:30 pm
Level: Elementary, Middle and High School
West I:
3774 Eakin Rd. Columbus, OH. 43228
When:  3:30 pm to 7 pm.
Level: Elementary school
West II:

3800 Briggs Rd. Columbus, OH 43228
When:  2:30-6pm

Level:  Middle School
North I:

5918 Sharon Woods Blvd. Columbus, OH. 43229
When: 4 pm to 7:30 pm.

Level: Elementary, Middle and High school 
Hilliard:
5660 Trabue Rd. Columbus, OH. 43026
When:  4 pm till 7:30 pm

After-School Program & Cultural Enrichment Classes

Who: Immigrant/Refugee and other low income family youth, KG graduate – 8th grade (age 5 to 13 years.)

When: Every year, 8 weeks, June through August, Monday – Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Where: Our 6 locations are conveniently located throughout Franklin County

East: 530 McNaughten Rd. Columbus OH. 43213
West I: 3774 Eakin Rd. Columbus, OH. 43228
North I: 5918 Sharon Woods Blvd. Columbus, OH. 43229
North II: 4077 Karl Rd. Columbus, OH. 43224

Northeast:  2500 N Cassady Ave, Columbus, OH 43219

Homeport:  930 Regentshire Dr. Columbus, OH. 43228

Youth Summer Enrichment Camp

Who: Youth from immigrant, refugee and other low income families

Where: Our 8 locations are conveniently located throughout Franklin County

Program Components: Language Art and Math, Crafts, Games, Cultural Enrichment, Interpersonal and Social-Emotional Learning skills, Nutrition and Fitness, Sports and Educational Field Trips.

Free breakfast and lunch are provided through Children's Hunger Alliance and Columbus Recreation and Park.  

Summer Youth Employment Program

ETSS

Coming Together As One


Program Components: Homework Assistance, Language Arts and Math, Cultural Enrichment, Interpersonal and Social-Emotional Learning Skills, Nutrition and Fitness, and Parent Engagement.


Free snacks/meals are provided through Children's Hunger Alliance.  


Northeast: 

2444 Gateway Rd. Columbus, OH. 43219
When:  4 pm to 7:30 pm.

Level: Elementary and Middle School

Emerald Glen Apt:
930 Regentshire Dr. Columbus, OH. 43228
When: 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
Level: Elementary, Middle school

​​North II:

4077 Karl Rd. Columbus, OH. 43224
When: 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

Level: Elementary, Middle and High school