High School Students Gain Real World Experience in C.I.T.Y. Program

Thursday, January 19, 2017

(Thousand Oaks) – A program first envisioned by Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) when she was a member of the Thousand Oaks city council has flourished, providing opportunities and experience to hundreds of high school juniors. The Community Internships Training Youth (C.I.T.Y.), connects high school juniors with local organizations who need interns and allows them to gain first-hand experience, while working with local businesses. Assemblymember Irwin says, since being elected to the State Assembly, her office has partnered with C.I.T.Y. program, and has had several exceptional interns in her office. Here’s more in this Assembly Assets video created by City of Thousand Oaks TOTV NewsNet.