Download Youth Mappers’ Application
Download Youth Mapper Job Description
Summer Opportunities for Youth!
This summer, 20-25 young people ages 15-20 will spend six weeks undertaking field
research to collect information relating to people and places that are resources for youth
and their families in the area of Lexington Park/Great Mills/Park Hall/California. Youth
Mappers will meet each morning at the Lexington Park library, dressed in uniforms of
provided T-shirts and caps. Along with their field supervisors, three cohorts will be
transported to the sites for the day’s mapping.
Each day, two Mappers will stay at the library to enter data collected the previous day into the project database. At the end of the field research, Youth Mappers will publicly present their findings and conclusions.
Youth Mapper positions are unique opportunities for you to serve your community while
developing critical workforce skills. Upon successful completion of the summer’s work,
Youth Mappers will receive a letter of reference for future jobs, scholarships, and other
opportunities as you transition to the next chapters of your lives. And, you will receive a
$1200 stipend for your work!
Youth Mapping will begin with a two-day training. Mappers and their field supervisors
will then spend a couple of days becoming familiar with the target research area, and
distributing flyers advising the community to anticipate being approached by the
Would you like to be a Youth Mapper? Please see the Job Description and
Application. The deadline for applications is May 24th.
All Applications should be submitted in person or by mail to: Tri-County Youth Services
Bureau at The Jarboe Educational Center, 21161 Lexwood Drive, Suite B, Lexington
Park, MD 20653, ATTN: Tracy Schrock.
Contact: Marcia Greenberg at 301-862-2930 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Schrock: 301-645-1837; email@example.com -Tri-County Youth Services Bureau.
This CYM project has the support of the Commissioners of St. Mary’s County, the Superintendent of St.
Mary’s County Public Schools, the St. Mary’s County Public Library, St. Mary’s County NAACP, Walden-
Sierra, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the MOMS Club of St Mary’s County-South, MD, Community
Mediation of St. Mary’s County, Bright Futures Enlightenment, Basketball 4 L.Y.F.E. and other community