“The Vancouver School District does not sponsor or endorse these activities and/or the information contained in these flyers.These opportunities are posted with the intent to inform.The parents/guardians of students who choose to participate should carefully evaluate the benefits and risks of participation.”
Adventure Psychology Internship Internship with local psychologist, assisting with a research project.
Adventure Psychology has an opening for an unpaid internship. Duties include: Assisting with a research project; finding and citing sources based on topic in academic journals, Filing and shredding, Assisting in administering psychological tests. If you are ready for a workplace experience and have a resume, contact the Career Center and we will get you connected.
KAISER INTERNSHIP - PAID! - SUMMER 2018 Kaiser Permanente Northwest offers qualified students rewarding, paid internships within the organization.
The benefits of participating in a Kaiser Permanente internship are many. Interns gain valuable on-the-job work experience, develop relationships with hiring managers, apply classroom knowledge and gain confidence that will support career development goals.
This year, we have two exciting opportunities for high school students.
Union Summer: Intern for Social Change Are you or anyone you know interested in working for social change? Union Summer is a paid ($15/hour) summer internship program for people interested in getting involved in the labor movement.
Kyocera Internship 2018 Students will participate in a 90 hour internship opportunity (approx. 80 hours onsite and 10 hours in the classroom) between June 25 and July 30 2018. Students will meet 1 hour/week at Cascadia Skills Center during internship period and will meet onsite at Kyocera for the remaining hours. Internship hours will be approx. 6 hours/day, 5 days/week, for 4 weeks. Students will start at 9:00 AM and end at 4 PM (with a 30 minute lunch break). Interns will not work longer than 30 hours per week. APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 31, 2018
METROPOLITAN PERFORMING ARTS Gain connections, strong skills and real life experiences to add to your overall education.
Kaiser Permanente Internship Opportunities Kaiser Permanente has summer internship opportunities available for qualified students in business and management departments and in their pharmacy organization. These are paid experiences which provide valuable on-the-job work experience. Interns develop relations with hiring managers and and apply classroom knowledge which will support career development goals.
Clark County Sheriff's Office Explorer Post 893 Program open to youth ages 15.5-21 years old. Great program for anyone who may be looking at a career in law enforcement or corrections. Youth will learn leadership skills, teamwork, physical agility and structure. Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at the Sheriff's Office West Precinct at 505 NW 179th St., Ridgefield. Beginning at 6 pm. Questions contact Sgt. Shane Gardner at 397-2104.
SOLV SUMMER BEACH CLEANUP Volunteer to pick up litter at FRENCHMAN'S BAR PARK. By focusing on this area throughout the summer, we will keep litter from making its way into the Columbia River. Every 4th Saturday from June through September. 9a.m. to 12p.m.
Local Volunteer Opportunities Many local programs need volunteers!!! See the attached list and visit websites of programs you may be interested in. Several to choose from!
Friends of Trees Volunteer Opportunity Calling all Volunteers!!! Plant trees in the neighborhood, learn from a trained volunteer, gloves and tools provided as well as a coffee, breakfast snacks and a potluck lunch!
Volunteer Program at Kaiser Permanente Interstate Campus The Kaiser Permanente Interstate Medical Office (3600 N. Interstate Ave., Portland, OR 97227) now has a volunteer program! They are seeking volunteers to help ensure that KP members (patients) have the greatest experience possible while on the Interstate campus. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old.
Volunteer for the ELKS! We have an exciting offer for high school students. We can offer students a chance to give of their time and energy into something that goes back to the community and gains hours of volunteer time. This opportunity is offered through the Vancouver Elks Lodge, right here in Vancouver! Here are a few events we are involved with: Hoop Shoot - Food Boxes - Bingo for the Veterans - Oaks Park, Safety Patrol Day - Car Show - Easter Egg Hunt - Nightmares on Elk Street, Haunted House!!!
Community VolunTOUR! City of Vancouver and Clark County Parks. Volunteer, collect passport stamps, and learn about your community's parks and public spaces! 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 3:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.
Legacy Hospital Salmon Creek Volunteer Opportunities Volunteers are an integral part of Legacy Health. Find out how to get involved.
Is volunteering for you?
Can you make a weekly commitment for one year?
Are you compassionate and want to help others?
Are you willing to learn?
Then Legacy welcomes your help!
PeaceHealth Hospital Volunteers Volunteer Services is a highly structured program, with an average of 350 active, dedicated volunteers providing excellent service to our staff, patients, and guests. Adult, Junior and Community volunteers donate over 65,000 hours per year. Volunteers typically serve one four-hour shift per week.
Teen Council - FVRL - Vancouver Community Library Gain valuable experience - great for college resumes and applications! Get to know a diverse group of teens. Improve your leadership and organizational skills. Take the lead in making your library a better place for teens.
Furry Friends Volunteer Opportunity Furry Friends wants you to volunteer helping the kitties. If you like cats and are at least 16 years old you may volunteer for Furry Friends. Check out their website!
2018 Frenchman's Bar Park Summer Beach Cleanup Volunteer to pick up litter at Frenchman's Bark Park. By focusing on this area throughout the summer, we will keep litter from making its way into the Columbia River. Every 4th Saturday from June through September, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. June 23, July 28, August 25 and September 22. RSVP at: http://bit.ly/2nJh5ko. For more information contact: Dora Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org. 360 3979-2285 extenstion 1679
JOBS FOR TEENS!! Your Career Center came up with a list of local businesses that frequently hire teenagers. We understand that it is not easy to get a job with little or no experience. Stop by the Career Center today and let us help you create a resume!
Columbia Sportswear - Material Handler Kelly Services is currently looking for Material Handlers to work on site for a leader in the Outdoor Apparel Industry located in North Portland. You will contribute to the movement of product throughout the building. The contract is for 9 months and you are able to apply for all full-time positions directly with Columbia Sportswear after working 60 days. You will also be immediately eligible for apparel and footwear discounts on all Columbia Sportswear lines which include Columbia Sportswear, prAna, Montrail, Mountain Hardware and Sorel. Must be 18 years old
Washington Conversation Corps Washington Conservation Corps is your chance to gain hands-on experience in the environmental field. As an AmeriCorps program, the WCC creates future leaders through community involvement and mentorship. WCC has over 350 members and experienced staff statewide who restore critical habitat, build trails and respond to local and national disasters.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will soon be hiring part-time Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) at Portland International Airport (PDX). We are looking for committed, professional individuals to join our team working 20 hours per week, which provides a great opportunity for area residents to begin or continue a career in Federal Service.
Part-time starting at $15.61 per hour Plus Benefits(Includes 20.35% Locality Pay)Full-Time Medical Benefits Available
NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
18 years of age at time of application on USAJobs
U.S. Citizenship or U.S. National
High school diploma, GED or equivalent
Pass a background/credit check/drug test
IBEX Roof Are you ready to learn a trade? Do you have what it takes to work in extreme conditions? We are a rapidly growing roofing company based in Woodland, WA. We are looking to hire construction workers to join our team and grow with us.
Children Northwest Children Northwest is the non-profit employee group for SW Washington Child Care Consortium and the ESD 112 Early Childhood Education and Assistance program. They operate 29 child care centers in Clark County and serve over 1800 infant through school-age children with their families. They are looking for Child Care Assistants. Many positions available.
Washington Service Corps The WSC is an AmeriCorps project that places full-time stipend volunteers in local nonprofits, school, government agencies, and faith-based organizations across the state of Washington. Members serve for 10.5 months in programs that tutor to children, restore natural habitats, provide health and nutrition education, address financial literacy and poverty relief-just to name a few. Whatever your interests, there's an WSC AmeriCorps position for you!
Firestone Pacific Foods Summer Work Firestone Pacific Foods is looking for individuals who want to learn and work in the warehouse/cold storage industry. Firestone Pacific Foods offers on the job training and offers overtime pay. Positions available in Forklift, Shipping and Receiving and General Production.
The Columbia Future Forge The Columbia Future Forge is a Clark County Non-Profit program that seeks to benefit our local community by helping teens and young adults from a variety of backgrounds attain life skills and job skills through work and mentoring. The program is run by local professionals who simply believe that teenagers who hold jobs learn a great deal about who they are, what they enjoy, and how to function healthily in life.
Jim Parsley Community Center Life Guards Interested in becoming a lifeguard but don't know where to start? Enroll in a lifeguarding class at the Jim Parsley Community Center.
Vancouver Public Schools is now hiring lifeguards and other aquatics positions. Certification is required. To apply, or for more information about these jobs, call (360) 313-4995 or see Employment menu on the district web site at www.vansd.org (classified positions). Registration deadline is March 5. Shallow Water (5ft.) Certification is March 9-11, 2018.
Please call 360 313-4953 with any questions.
G6 Air Park Hiring for multiple part-time positions up to 25 hours a week. Flexible schedules for students.
Suddath Relocation Systems of Oregon, LLC Warehouse workers needed for the summer. Two shifts available. Fun easy going work environment. Contact Mike Cormier at 503-288-6564. No experience needed, we will train. Applicants must be able to life 75 pounds and be 18 years or older.
Children Northwest Early Learning Career Opportunities Children Northwest if the non-profit employee group for Early Learning Centers in Southwest Washington. We employ over 250 staff that work in programs that provide care for children 4 weeks to 12 years. If you want to work with children and see them grow and learn new things than we are the place for you.
Evergreen Football Officials Association The EFOA is seeking new football officials. We officiate all levels of local competition including Clark County Youth Football (CCYF), Pop Warner, Middle School, and High School football games.
You will receive rules and on-the-field training from experienced officials who want you to succeed. If you are 16 years or older you can be football official!
Kaiser Permanente Youth Exploration Academy in Healthcare KP YEAH is an opportunity for students interested in healthcare careers to explore their interests through meeting with doctors, nurses, administrative staffs and the like. There will be an opportunity to experience our simulation lab and simulations in our operating rooms. Part of the day is also focused on professional development through community service, resume building, mock interviews and group presentations.
Students participating will receive an $800 stipend for attending the program. Students must be present all days – Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM from July 2nd through July 27th with July 4th off.
C-TRAN YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PASS The Youth Opportunity Pass is now available to all middle and senior high schoolers enrolled in Vancouver, Evergreen, Battle Ground, Camas and Washougal school districts. Valued at over $300, the Youth Opportunity Pass is absolutely free to any student who wishes to have one; no restrictions apply.
Special Olympics Unified Sports Vancouver Public Schools is proud to be a partner of Special Olympics and offer Unified Sports to our middle and high schools. Students can participate in the sports of basketball and soccer.
Unified Sports is an inclusive sports program that combines an approximately equal number of athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and partners (individuals without intellectual disabilities), male and female, on teams for training and competition.
Youth Heritage Project Experience the majestic beauty of the North Cascades, while learning about its historic built environment, this summer at the Washington Trust’s Youth Heritage Project (YHP). Join us for a program that will explore the balance between protecting both historic and environmental resources, and the role of our national parks in the field of historic preservation. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience this majestic “crown jewel wilderness” called the North Cascades! July 10-13, 2018
ASE Symposium - University of Portland August 17, 2018 8:30am - 6:00pm. The Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) Symposium is the culminating learning event of the summer and enables the students to organize and synthesize their internship experiences. ASE interns present their work through poster sessions and 15-minute oral presentations. This enrichment activity is designed to broaden technical exposure and improve their speaking and presentation skills. Participants review and ask questions of peers’ projects and conclusions. Symposium is designed to broaden students’ technical expertise and strengthen their formal public speaking skills. It is also a critical learning event that enables interns to organize and synthesize what they’ve learned in the course of the internship.
Clark College Pre-Apprenticeship Program Prepare to work in the trades in 8 weeks.
Earn certifications in First Aid, Flagging and OSHA.
Learn the basics of each trade, its working conditions and salaries.
Resume and job interviewing skills help included.
Cost is $25 + Clark application fee.
Must be 18+
Senate Page Program The Washington State Senate has one of the finest Page programs in the country. Hundreds of students throughout Washington State have an opportunity each year to take part in the legislative process and observe the Legislature in action. For more information, visit: www.leg.wa.gov/Senate/Administration/PageProgram/
Saturday Academy - Explore! Learn! Be Adventurous Explore careers! Develop skills and interests! Saturday Academy offers adventures for the curious! The program offers hands-on classes & camps for students in grades 2 – 12 in a variety of topics. From Chemistry Experiments to Lego Physics to Photography and Backpacking Adventures, Saturday Academy has something for every student.