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Police Athletic League average salary is $25,688, median salary is $25,688 with a salary range from $25,688 to $25,688.
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Designer, Costume Jewelry 25,688-25,688 New York, NY, 10001 2011 Police Athletic League Designer, Costume Jewelry Salaries (1)
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  • Police Athletic League
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Pensacola, FL
  • The Escambia County, Police Athletic League (PAL), Inc., is a nonprofit organization designed to provide an outlet for growth and development in the area of self discipline through the art of any team organized sports, such as Football, Basketball, Baseball, Boxing, Cheerleading and others sports that are planned for the future, such as Soccer and Golf. Target populations will include, but not limited to, economically disadvantage, "at risk" youth, ages 4 to 18 (i.e., abused and troubled children, youth and their families). The program will also consist of: Training and Competition Events in their sport of choice, Employment Counseling, Permanent...