Opportunities Updated February 26, 2020
Girls State for Junior
Junior Girls: If you have an interest in learning more about our government, then you might want to get involved with Girls State! This summer it will be held at Bethel University from June 13-19. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Kelzer for the details. Deadline: March 19.
Each summer, approximately 16,000 young women participate in weeklong ALA Girls State programs across the nation. Every American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program operates with the same patriotic values through a nonpartisan curriculum where students assume the roles of government leaders, campaigning in mock parties (often called “Federalists” and “Nationalists”) to become mayors and county and state officials of their ALA Girls State. The program is a weeklong immersive learning experience, often held on a college campus where girls live in “cities” within a dormitory-like setting. The learning, experience, memories, and friendships last a lifetime.
Summer Youth Corps Position Conservation Corps MN & IA offers many positions for youth (age 15 – 18) from learning technical field skills to running community events. If you are interested in serving outdoors this summer, please check out the following opportunities:
Summer Youth Corps: This is our summer residential program. For five weeks, mid-June to mid-August, youth will work on a crew with five other youth and two crew leaders, camp in parks throughout Minnesota, and work to restore natural areas by maintaining and creating trails, removing invasive plants, restoring natural habitat, and completing basic construction projects. Review details or apply here. For more information, please contact the Program Manager: Teresa Butel (she/her/hers), firstname.lastname@example.org or 816-824-4639
Increasing Diversity in Environmental Careers (IDEC) This is a program open to high school seniors with an interest in natural resources who plan to enroll in an accredited two- or four- year institution in MN this fall and pursue a STEM degree. The IDEC program provides a unique opportunity for underrepresented students, specifically, women, rachial or ethnic minorities, and/or individual with disabilities to develop a career path through three components:
- Fellowship: The fellowship provides students with a supportive community, yearly academic scholarship, and professional development.
- Mentorship: The mentorship aims to enhance college success, encourage personal and professional development, and promote career advancement by pairing fellows with employees at one of the participating state agencies.
- Internship: The full-time paid internship, which runs from May to August, allows fellows to learn more about environmental and natural resources career paths through paid, on-the-job experience.
- We are actively accepting applications until May 28, 2021 and free online information sessions are offered throughout the application period! May Yang (she/her/hers) at email@example.com or at 651-785-6209
Michael Branscum is the new youth employment counselor at CareerForce Chaska. If there are any youth interested in career-specific endeavors, Michael is taking referrals. He works with both In School Youth (ISY) and Out of School Youth (OSY). See Mrs. Kelzer for a fillable form for anybody interested in reaching out. We do have support services funds available for bus passes, school supplies, childcare assistance, job specific attire/tools, training/certificate programs, etc.
If a youth wants to call, text, Facetime, etc. feel free to reach out at 612-503-2599.
Here is a list of a few of the things I can assist with for any interested youth:
In-School Youth (ISY)
Ages 14-21. Enrolled in high school or college. We set up work sites for skill building. Work readiness prep. Virtual soft skills training. Supportive services (boots, scrubs, tools, transportation, etc.). Career exploration webinars
Out-Of-School Youth (OSY)
Ages 16-24. We set up work sites for skill building. Supportive services (boots, scrubs, tools, transportation, etc.). Work readiness preparation. Virtual soft skill training. Career exploration webinars. Must enroll for OSY prior to school registration for certificate programs. Tuition assistance is available for WIOA certified programs.
Immersive Career Experiences For Ages 15-18 Fall Semester
Architecture | Art | Computer Science | Dentistry | Engineering | Entrepreneurship | Fashion | Filmmaking | International Development | Investment Banking | Journalism | Law | Management Consultancy | Marketing | Medicine | Music | Politics | Psychology | Publishing | Veterinary Science
We are delighted to announce our biggest ever schedule of work experience programs for the fall semester, which your students can register for now. On our programs, students work alongside top industry executives to gain a 360-degree experience of some of the world’s most competitive and desirable careers. All programs will be delivered ‘Live Online’: immersive work experience with successful professionals in a live, interactive environment; from the comfort of your own home. For Ages 15 to 18: Weekend Programs in all 20 industries (up to 2 days each) For Ages 12 to 14: Weekend Programs in 8 industries (1 day each)
Manus Products – Waconia
Part-time & Full-time Machine Operator Positions Available.
Manus Products offers:
· Excellent pay
· Very flexible schedules
· Pays weekly
· Quality training
Come join an ISO 9001 certified company and learn more about manufacturing!
Apply online: Manus.net (under company tab)
Call or text: 612-810-2126 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Stop by our office: 866 Industrial Blvd. W, Waconia, MN
Island View Golf Club is hiring summer grounds crew. Must be 16 or older. Starting at $11-$12 per hour with OT available. Please contact Kurt if interested: 612.382.6744