invest in miramar

As a Miramar Business, your investment in Miramar began when you made the City home.  Beyond infrastructure, a key investment is “People.”   As a major employer with various facilities, the City of Miramar knows first-hand of this commitment.   A key part of the sustainability of our community’s economic growth comes from what opportunities exist ‘Right Here In Miramar”®  An instrumental way to do so is to empower our youth with ways that they can contribute to community while positioning ideas for  their respective future. The City of Miramar has established various Youth to Work programs that respond to fulfilling these opportunities. 

We encourage Business in Miramar to do the same.  

Information in this section will promote all programs the City of Miramar have developed.  They stem from Apprentice to Professional Career Planning program(s).

If your organization has a Youth to Work program, we would like to promote your business opportunities, please send updates to Camasha Cevieux, Community Relations & Program Administrator at or 954-602-3145.
  1. Y.E.A.R. Program
  2. Police Explorers
  3. Fire Academy

The Youth Empowerment & Apprenticeship Renaissance (Y.E.A.R.) program


The program was established by the City Public Works and Utilities department to make a positive impact on the lives of at-risk youth and young adults residing in the Miramar community. 

It is a 24-month on-the-job training  of young adults involved in the Y.E.A.R. program is coupled with classroom training and subsequent completion certification at the successful conclusion of the program.

At the completion of this highly specialized program, each candidate will be empowered with information to take a state exam and become a Certified Water/Waste Water Plant Operator or a Certified Fleet Mechanic.   

*A position in the City is not guaranteed after training.  


  • The pay is $12.50/hour
  • A high school diploma or GED is required 
  • Candidates must be between the ages of 18-24 
  • Must be able to work the required 20 hours per week (varying times between 7am – 3pm, Monday thru Thursday)
  • Candidates MUST reside in the City of Miramar.
  • Must have the ability to read, write, and perform mathematical functions at an average or above-average level
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check – misdemeanors are ok – felonies are NOT
  • Must be able to pass a drug test
  • Must be able to lift up to 50lbs

Uniform Requirement:

  • Khaki pants (provided by the Apprentice) 
  • Plain White shirt (Provided by the Apprentice) 
  • Black belt (Provided by the Apprentice) 
  • Steel-toed boots and other safety materials (Provided by the City of Miramar)