A local government agency is seeking motivated and reliable individuals to join their seasonal crew! Primary duties for these positions will include maintaining facility lawns by mowing and weeding; maintaining local roadways and parking spaces by cleaning and painting as needed. Will utilize weed eaters, push and riding lawn mowers and other tools as needed. Hours for this position will be full time 8:00am-4:30 for six months.
Click this link to apply: Camas Summer Job Opportunity
Sweet Water Rentals is looking to hire an 18 year old student that has the ability to juggle many tasks at once. Click the following links for more information.
Details on the job opening:Summer Job Posting 2017
Employment Application:Sweet Water Employment Application 2017
Are you looking for a summer job? The Ecology Youth Corps is offering paid positions for any interested students. The work begins in July and the schedule is Monday – Friday starting at $11 an hour.
Click on the following link to apply: Ecology Youth Application
Seniors, if you have been admitted to WSU and would like to receive $1,000 towards your college expenses, WSU offers college visitation dates that put you in the pool for this scholarship. To sign up you must:
- Go to admission.wsu.edu/visits/spring/experience-wsu/why-attend/
- Register for the event.
The dates for the visitations are
SATURDAY, February 25
SATURDAY, April 1
SATURDAY, April 15.
Take advantage of this great offer from WSU.
Sophomores and Juniors interested in Running Start please note the following upcoming meetings: Clark College will be holding an information meeting on February 22nd at 7:00pm and CHS will be offering information meetings on two different dates, March 22nd at 5:30pm and March 24th at 7:30am. Please see Mrs. Rollman for more information.
Don’t forget to attend the Score and Strategy session on Monday, March 6th from 5:30-7pm in the Library.
Clark College will be offering a College Planning Day on Tuesday, March 28th from 8:30am-12pm. This event will include:
- Short presentations not college fair tables. Each student chooses four, 30-minute presentations, which allows for meaningful interaction with college representatives.
- Colleges come to you. The CPD is supported and attended by many Washington colleges and universities, including all public universities, your regional community colleges and many private universities. This saves you from having to host your own fair.
- It’s on a college campus.
Colleges scheduled to attend: Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University, Western Washington University, Seattle University, Washington State University, Washington State University (Vancouver), Pacific Lutheran University, University of Washington (Seattle), Cornish College of the Arts, Clark College, Lower Columbia College, Seattle Pacific University, University of Washington Tacoma.
Interested? See Mrs. O in the Career Center
Students and community members are invited to learn about careers in southwest Washington at Battle Ground Public Schools’ Industry Fair at Battle Ground High School on Thursday, Feb. 23. Students and community members who attend the fair will be able to learn about career paths by talking with local employers about the jobs available at their companies. Bring your resume and consider your dress, because some companies have positions open now. The event, sponsored by BGPS, WorkSource and Partners in Careers, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at Battle Ground High School, 300 W. Main St., in Battle Ground. There is also a resume writing workshop from 3 to 6:30 p.m. in the school’s College and Career Center.
Many industries will be represented: health science, manufacturing, technology, construction, finance, hospitality, retail, human services and transportation; and participants will have a chance to ask about the skills, abilities, and educational requirements to work in various jobs, along with what the work environment is like and what kinds of tasks are performed in various job roles. Representatives from more than 50 businesses will be available to answer questions.
Representative from Clark College will be at A and B lunches on Friday, February 24th. We will also have Representatives from Boise State University and The University of Alabama at CHS on Friday, February 24th but they will only be on campus during B LUNCH.
Are you interested in tutoring? A local family is looking to hire a Junior or Senior to help their 8th grade student in math. They are willing to pay around $15 per hour with a commitment of about an hour per week. Interested in this position? See Mrs. O in the career center.