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Are you looking for a job to make a little money? How about an internship or apprenticeship to gain some industry experience? Or would you like to serve the community with some volunteer work?  
 
In addition to the opportunities listed here, students have access to a complete list of employment, volunteer, apprenticeship/internship opportunities in Xello. 
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Student Opportunities Spotlight

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Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

POST a JOB (Employers)Click the button to post a job opportunity for our students. 
We cannot post in-home job opportunities. Thank you for understanding!

Worksite Learning

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Worksite learning is an exciting program that affords students the opportunity to connect the knowledge and skills obtained in the classroom to those needed in the work environment. The best part is students earn credits by working!  For every 180 hours, students earn .5 CTE credits. Learn more by visiting the links below:

Questions? Contact Nichole Swanger, College & Career Guidance Specialist or your Counselor

Internship Opportunities

Career Connections

Finding Internships

Xello! Log in to your Xello account (ClassLink) to view a list of local internships that match your career pathway.

Speak up! Talk to teachers, parents, your parents' friends and let them know that you are interested in an internship.

Cold call. Contact local libraries, hospitals, museums, zoos, YMCAs, churches, newspapers, television stations, senior centers and other businesses to ask if they offer internships opportunities for high school students.

Look online. Utilize search sites such as Internships.com, Glassdoor, IdealistIndeed and YouTern

EMPLOYERS
Employers If you have an internship opportunity for our students, please complete the Career Connected Learning Opportunities Form.

Local Internship Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

High School and Beyond

Finding Opportunities

Xello! Log in to your Xello account (ClassLink) to view a list of local volunteer opportunities.

Cold call. Contact local libraries, hospitals, museums, zoos, YMCAs, churches, senior centers and other local non-profits to ask if they offer volunteer opportunities for high school students.
 
Look online. Utilize search sites such as TeenLife and VolunteerMatch.
 
Check out this great "Where to Care Guide" for Eastside students.  This includes many volunteer opportunities and ideas!

Non-Profits

LWHS has a proud tradition of community service. If you have a volunteer opportunity for our students, please complete the Career Connected Learning Opportunities Form.

Volunteer & Mentoring Opportunities

Check out this great "Where to Care Guide" for Eastside students.  This includes many volunteer opportunities and ideas!

Summer Programs

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A pre-college summer program is a great opportunity for LWHS student to take classes at a college and experience college life during the summer. You can focus on a subject you are interested in and may have the option to stay on campus in dorms.
 
Many selective private colleges, including StanfordHarvard, and Columbia, offer pre-college summer programs for high school students. These programs can be expensive but there are some free programs and offer financial aid for qualified students.

SUMMER PROGRAMS

The above list of individual(s)/agencies is being provided as an informational item for your convenience. The Lake Washington School District and LWHS College and Career Center do not recommend or endorse any of these individual(s)/agencies and will not be held liable or responsible for any services provided by them. As such, the Lake Washington School District highly recommends that you conduct your own research and investigation and exercise due diligence before selecting any of these individual(s)/agencies for service for whom you would be working. Confirm the position meets your needs and that you understand all the job requirements.