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Nurse Camp
Are you currently a high school sophomore or junior interested in learning what the nursing field is all about? Do you want to know how to get into nursing school? Apply to participate in the University of Washington School of Nursing's Nurse Camp 2012! Apply by April 16.

Year Up
Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides urban young adults 18-24, with a unique combination of technical and professional skills, college credits, an educational stipend and corporate internship. Prospective students should fill out an interest form online or at the Year Up office for spring enrollment.

Teens In Public Service
Teens In Public Service (TIPS) is now accepting applications from youth ages 15-19 years old and nonprofit organization in the greater Puget Sound region. TIPS interns develop job and leadership skills while our non-profit partners receive extra support to help deliver needed services to our communities.

Team Read
High school tutors are paired with second and third grade students who are reading below grade level to work together one-on-one after school, twice a week for one school year. Visit here to download the application for the PAID reading coach positions. Applications for new 2nd semester tutors are due January 17th.

Powerful Voices Activevistas
ActiveVistas is a twelve-week youth employment program for girls-ages 14 to 17 years old. Through this program, participants gain leadership and public speaking skills, while learning about social justice issues.

Job Corps is the nation's largest career technical training and education program for students ages 16 through 24. It is a U.S. Department of Labor program that provides 100,000 students per year with hands-on training in America's fastest growing careers. Find out more about this opportunity here.

WorkSource - Seattle-King County
Search for jobs, training events and workshops, and all kinds of job seeker services available in Seattle and King County.

  • Woodland Park Zoo - Zoo Corps for Teens
    Zoo Corps recruits interested teens from diverse backgrounds to help the zoo provide conservation education for all ages, especially young children.

  • Center for Career Alternatives
    Provides free education, employment, training and career development services to over 15,000 residents of King and Snohomish Counties.

  • Cool Works
    Helps you to find seasonal jobs in incredible places all over the United States and the world.

  • E-Hot Jobs
    Dedicated to providing teenagers with the opportunity to apply for part-time and full-time jobs in their area, free of charge.

  • Groove Job
    Geared toward hooking teens and students up with seasonal, hourly and part-time jobs.

  • MyFirstPayCheck.Com
    A job-posting site for teenagers that provides advice and resources, including an interactive resume builder, to help young people have a more successful job application process.

  • Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP)
    SYEP supports youth to successfully graduate from high school while providing them with the skills they need to find and maintain employment.

  • Federal Jobs for Students
    Jobs for students and graduates in the Federal Government.

  • Teens in Public Service
    Summer internships for teens serving the community.

  • TeenJobsSection.Com
    TeenJobSection was founded with one goal -- to help teens and students find jobs.

  • Teen Workers (OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Organization)
    What's OSHA?
    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) within the Department of Labor has primary responsibility for setting and enforcing standards through the OSH Act of 1970 to promote safety and health, including the health and safety of young workers.

  • Teen Worker Rights in Washington State

  • Youth at Work
    Linking young people with jobs for career success.

  • YouthForce
    Provides low income and minority high school students with mentored internships and experiential learning activities that develop the teamwork, leadership and career skills they need to navigate adolescence, succeed in college and prosper as young adults.

  • Youth Worker Safety and Health
    Info and resources for young people from the Center for Disease Control.


Highlights

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Part time and seasonal jobs, student jobs, teen jobs and hourly jobs.


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Provides free services that connect you with jobs that match your skills and interests all over King County.

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Learn about different kinds of careers by topic, like sports, managing money, computers, helping people, and more.