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.
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