By Paul Kurtz/CBS Philly/May 10 2017
CAMDEN, NJ (CBS) — In Camden, high school students are lining up for summer jobs under the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program.
Dozens of teens jammed into a community center to snap up applications for jobs that will pay between $8.50 and $15 an hour.
For many of these kids, though, it’s not just about the money.
“I mainly just want something to do cause I’m a football player, so I’m have practice in the afternoon so I want something to take up the time during the day,” said 17-year-old Dayvohn Washington.