Hudson's Bay High School Career Center

Information for teens who work in Oregon
A link to the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries site about policies and laws that govern minor-age employees.
Student Assistant - Bates Center - VPS
Pay Rate: $11.00 per hour. Hours vary between 10 to 20 per week. Working schedule will include evenings and weekends and some summer hours Position estimated to begin in May 2017
Vancouver Volunteen
Need service hours to graduate? Love giving back? Learn about the City of Vancouver's volunteer program for teens ages 14-19!
Links and resources for teen job hunters
Web sites to use to look for a job
Teens: Get help with your job search from state WorkSource employees
High school students may go to any location of the State of Washington's WorkSource system to get help with interviewing skills, resume' creation, job-search techniques, etc.
Job listings and tips for researching potential employers
Ideas for starting your own business over the summer
Teens As Teachers Program
The Teens As Teachers Program engages teens to teach younger youth. It’s a proven method to promote knowledge gain, healthy behaviors, leadership and life skill development. It’s a great resume builder!!! Selected teens will partner with another teen to teach a healthy eating, active living curriculum to small groups of children 2 -3 years younger than themselves.
WORKFORCE 101
A great tool to assist clients and job seekers in the Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum County areas in learning about tips, tools, workshops and resources available to them.
CHILD CARE JOBS AVAILABLE
Children Northwest employs people for jobs with the SW Child Care Consortium (SWCCC). Openings for aides, assistants, site coordinators, and teachers.
City of Vancouver - Lifeguard and Swim Instructor
Candidates are interested in ensuring the Firstenburg and Marshall pools are the safest, friendliest and most fun in Vancouver. Lifeguards ensure patron safety and enjoyment and stand ready to respond to a guest in distress. This position requires a lifeguard certification, however, successful candidates will be provided initial and on-going training to obtain and retain needed certification. Lifeguards gain leadership, customer service and lifesaving skills that are very transferrable to future career interests and pursuits. NOW HIRING FOR SUMMER 2017

Teen Employment

   
 

Teen employees might be eligible to earn school credit

Students age 16 and older who have a part-time paid job might qualify to earn elective school credit for the skills they are learning at work.  To find out more, students should talk to their counselor or their school's work-based learning coordinator about enrolling in a Career and Technical Education class called "Cooperative Work Experience."  180 hours of documented work experience earns 0.5 elective credit. A maximum of 2 credits can be earned each year.

 

Washington State Department of Labor & Industries - Teen Workers
Get information on workplace rights for teen workers in the State of Washington.
Teens at Work: Facts for Employers, Parents and Teens
This brochure answers many questions employers,teen workers and parents have about non-agricultural work rules, permits and conditions for working minors. These requirements also apply to teens working in their family’s non-agricultural business.
CHILD CARE JOBS AVAILABLE
Children Northwest employs people for jobs with the SW Child Care Consortium (SWCCC). Openings for aides, assistants, site coordinators, and teachers. To apply go to: www.esd112.org/hr/jobopenings-cnw
Washington State Employment Security Department
Check out the state's monthly employment report, local unemployment statistics, county profiles, and more.