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Countywide Youth Resource Fair | July 16 9:30AM - 2:30PM

Heads up! We’re going to be at the Countywide Youth Resource Fair. The fair is on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM. Meet us at The California Endowment on 1000 Alameda Street! See you soon.

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Ashley Wilson
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Wonderful I hope many attend Find Your Future LA !

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Looking for a job in 31322 area.

Im a young hardworker, in need of a job asap.

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Genevieve Legrand
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Hello Dajare, I just responded to your other conversation. Let me know if you need further assistance.

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St.louis

Looking for a part time job and 16 years old

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Desiree: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! Have you considered working at grocery stores, movie theaters, or fast food restaurants? These employers tend to work with younger teens, so they're a great place to start your job search. Here’s how to see who’s hiring near you:

  • Click on the “Jobs & Companies” text at the top of this page
  • Enter the type of job role you're looking for
  • Click the blue search button If you see something that looks interesting, just click View Job and follow the instructions to apply. Let us know how it works out for you!
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#Food #Kids

I want to know where I can get a part time job with 16 years in a Daycare or in the food industry?

I just really need a job if is in anything else I will be able to learn fast☺

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Shirley Herrera
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I am so sorry esther. I am in the same condition. I need full time job. Better inside.clean take care somebody cook etc . i am in hallandale fla. My addres is 2020 scott st. Hollywood fla. 33020. God bless you esther. Happy easter.

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Jim Slagle
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If your 16 yes old, do not limit yourself one bit. Schedule an appointment with your school counselor, go to a job agency, take their tests ask them questions, today's way is sign up with 3 or 4 good job search engines in your area and scan everything. The old school way was pick a street and go door to door. Take pen and paper and write down thoughts names and numbers of who to contact. First thing first have some sort of resume. Even at sixteen you have accomplished something or volunteered somewhere. WALK alert, prepared, Smile, dress business attire. Have fun, stay positive, and every "NO" MEANS YOU ARE ONE STEP FLOWER TO YES.

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Be true to self!

I am 16 years old and I love helping people. For the past 3 years I have volunteered in multiple community service programs. I was wondering how can I use my experience doing community service to get a job? What kind of job can I get that is not retail or fast food?

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Hi, Olivia. As others have suggested here, your volunteer experience can be used on your resume and the contacts you made may provide you with good references and connections to potential jobs. Also, your volunteer experience has given you skills. You can talk about those experiences and skills in interviews. The experience can help you learn what kinds of work or career you want. If you have some ideas about what you would like to do long-term, it would be great if you could apply in the places that do that type of work to test it out and get relevant experience. For instance, if you want to be a lawyer or law clerk, see if you can get a part-time job in a law office. It would probably just be doing things like making copies or setting up a room for a meeting with clients. But you would get to see what the environment is like and learn more about what the job is like. Go to (or write) places where they do the kind of work you'd like to learn more about and tell them of your interest, then ask if there's anything you could do there or if they know someone else who might have a place for you (enclose or bring a resume listing your volunteer roles and the skills you learned).

Other entry level jobs for teens, besides retail or fast food, include

  • baby sitting
  • dog walking or vacation sitting
  • supermarkets
  • movie theaters
  • seasonal positions like lifeguarding or selling in pop-up stores like the Christmas and Halloween stores
  • lawn care
  • help at other teen hangouts like skating rinks
  • stocking at other stores, like dollar stores, big-box stores
  • counter work at ice cream or cupcake stores

Ask trusted teachers, parents, parent's friends, friend's parents, and the adults where you volunteered for ideas and help. Best wishes!

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Lucinda Kerrigan
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Well you could be a teacher or a doctor or musician. Sky's the limit! Even better start your own company like I did. That would create more jobs and help the economy. Have you finished high school? College can be overrated but definitely finish high school. Geez your so young!

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Apply Now! Job Openings from Sixt Now Available.

Our partner @SixtRentACar is #hiring rental sales & customer service agents in the LAX & Beverly Hills areas! If you'd like to gain rental sales, customer service, car preparation & fleet planning skills, this job is for you.

We've listed a few job requirements in our image, but if you are age 21+, have a drivers license, high school diploma or GED, and a very flexible schedule, you might be the perfect fit for the job!

Apply on Sixt's website: https://bit.ly/2Ou8Wjy

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Laila Nashat
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Thanks so much for sharing this opportunity!

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#teenjobs #youth #age

This is probably the second time I've posted here but I've tried just about everything I can think of. I've applied to fast food industries, ice cream shops, dish washing positions, putting myself online for babysitting, and even room attendants for hotels and still no one has made a effort to contact me, email or anything. I recently turned 17 and have been filling out applications since the beginning of May, it is now July and school is next month. I'm starting to think if it is even worth the time to keep applying since school is going to start back up and no one wants to have to deal with a young workers school schedule. By the time I realized I should be calling to check in on the status of my application it had already been a whole month afterward and I figured they had already given the position to someone else. Are there any suggestions now that I'm at my wits end?

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Layla Whitehead
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Yea still call

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Olu Bukonla
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That is what it is like when you are job-hunting. You have to be patient, and KEEP beating the pavement. Try Mc Donalds and Bright view senior care. They are always hiring.

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16 and need a job

Hi my is Dennis Martinez a 16 year old high school student that is looking for a part time job.

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Dennis: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! Have you considered searching for employment at fast food restaurants, grocery stores, and movie theaters? These employers are more likely to hire high school students. Give it a shot and see what happens!

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Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #3: How To Follow Up After An Interview

Our 3rd post in Find Your Future's original content series is here!

Following up with an employer after an interview is very important. Not only is it business etiquette, but it also shows that you continue to be interested in the position.

In this quick guide, we give you some do's and don'ts for writing thank you / follow up emails and notes. We also give you some tips on what to do if the employer said they would have a result by a certain date, but miss the date or forget to reach out to you.

The guide is here: https://bit.ly/2ZlQWsS

Follow us on Instagram using the link above, and follow our Twitter @FYF_LA

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you for sharing Find Your Future LA !

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#Retail #washington

Hi I'm 17 years old and need a job in the area of Yakima WA.

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Luis: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! Since you're 17 years old, I recommend applying to grocery stores, movie theaters, and retail stores designed for teens. These employers are more likely to work with teens. Let me know if this helps!

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Luis: No worries! If you follow the prompts in your Jobcase profile, you'll be well on your way to making a great resume. Let me know if you need any help!

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