You Know About the Skokie TeenLink
The Skokie TeenLink program is a database collection of Skokie teens who are available to do outside yard work, including snow shoveling, which is provided to Skokie residents upon request. Many residents who request the TeenLink list are unable to do physical work themselves, unable to afford the cost of a professional contractor on a regular basis or only need assistance during one season. The TeenLink list provides contact information for Skokie teens including the name and address of the teen, days of availability, type of work they are willing to do and their expected rate of pay. Residents can receive the list by mail or email.
This program becomes very popular and sought after during the snow season. It’s always best to receive the TeenLink list early in the year and contact the teen before needing assistance.
The resident is responsible for contacting the teen and for making financial and scheduling arrangements.
Do you know someone who may benefit from the TeenLink list?
Please contact the Village Manager’s Office at 847/933-8257 for more information. Skokie teens can also complete an application to be added to the TeenLink program by contacting the Village Manager’s Office or visiting www.skokie.org to download an application.