Resume Writing - Students can get help with their resumes in the School-to-Career office. Resumes are often required for students applying for internships and part-time jobs.
Practice Interviews - Nervous about an upcoming job (or college) interview?
There is more to an interview than the questions, and to do well you have to be prepared. Did you know that you make a first impression the minute you meet?
- What kind of impression do you give?
- How will you dress? When will you arrive?
- What will you do while you are waiting?
- Do you have a good handshake?
- What kinds of questions could you be asked, and how would you answer them?
The School-to-Career staff can give you sample interview questions and even conduct a mock interview to help you prepare.
Jobs are posted on the Career Center Bulletin Board.
Working Papers - students under the age of 18 who obtain employment can get working papers from Mrs. Fraley in the School-to-Career office. In order to receive working papers, students must show a promise of employment stating the name of the employer, job title, hours and a brief description of the job they have been hired for. This promise of employment must be on company letterhead and signed by an employer representative.