Job/Internship Search Resources
Are you looking for a part-time job or internship during the school year or for the summer?
Please see details below;
If you want to create a resume, use the resume feature in Naviance. You may also talk to Dr. Kaya (Office number: 306 and email firstname.lastname@example.org) about how to write a resume or cover letter, or to get feedback on your resume or cover letter. You can also check out Quintessential Careers for some terrific advice on resumes, cover letters, interviews, and much more.
*What‘s the difference between an internship, part-time job, and a volunteer position? These days, the lines between these types of positions are blurred. Traditionally, an internship is either a paid or unpaid position where you would gain real work experience along with course credit at an educational institution. These days, however, some people use the term internship interchangeably with “part-time job” or “volunteer position,” depending on if the internship is paid or not, and hoping that the word, “internship” will make the position sound more prestigious. This has led to some confusion for students. Today, the main difference between a part-time job vs. an internship is whether or not the position has a strong educational component, allowing you to learn a lot about a career field in a somewhat structured manner, or at the very least, with a mentor to guide you. No matter what the position is called, be sure to get as much information as possible. Is this position paid or unpaid? Will course credit be available? Who will be guiding you? What will you be learning and how? And remember, you can still learn a lot about a career by taking on a volunteer position or a part-time job. So limiting a search to just the term “internship,” will limit your opportunities as well.
If you would like to apply one of following opportunities you can apply directly or contact to Dr. Kaya (High School Office: 306 and email email@example.com).
10. Global Data Collection Company (GDCC) : HIRING PT telephone interviewers, NO SALES INVOLVED and this is a perfect job for a student. They offer extremely flexible scheduling and work around their school schedules, Students will learn valuable skills such as commitment, leadership, following directions, reading skills and how to handle rejection. Students must be at least 15 years old.
11. City of Reno: Interview and hiring session on Wednesday, September 5, from 9 am - 2 pm and Thursday, September 6 from 3-5 pm. The interviews will be conducted at City Hall, 1 E 1st Street, Reno, NV on the west side of the 11th floor in the Parks and Recreation Office. No appointment is necessary.
You need bring the following:
i. A completed application. You can apply online here is the link Make sure to hit the submit button after completing the application.
ii. A picture ID (Driver's License) and ORIGINAL Birth Certificate OR Social Security Card. A second option would be a US Passport. A list of all acceptable documents is attached. All documents must be original.