On occasion, the Counseling Center is made aware of job opportunities that may be of interest to our students. Click on any of the links below to read more details about that particular job. Please check the list below frequently, as new positions are added as they are received.
American Pool, the largest pool management company on the East Coast, is looking for lifeguards for their summer season. American provides discounted training, flexible hours, and has positions to fill at over 200 pools in Maryland. If you know how to swim they have a job for you! For information contact American Pools at 877-705-7665.
The AEOP Science and Engineering Apprentice Program (SEAP) is open and accepting applications for the summer of 2015. The AEOP SEAP program is an eight-week summer program in which students 14 years and older learn about the STEM fields through work assignments at Army research facilities. SEAP students receive at least a $2,000 stipend. For information or to apply visit the SEAP website at http://usaeop.com/programs/apprenticeships/seap
The Clinton Gymnastics Academy, located at 7201 Old Alexandria Ferry Road, is looking for several students interested in teaching gymnastics, dance, and karate classes and to help with leading birthday parties. Successful applicants will have a positive attitude, customer service skills, organizational skills, and the ability to sing and be silly as needed. The positions will be part time and hours may vary depending on the classes taught. The salary range is $8-$12 based on experience, but no experience is required to apply. For more information contact Fletcher White at 301-877-5122.
Continental Pools is looking for lifeguards to work at pools in the DMV this summer. The company offers full and part-time positions for the swim season, which runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Employees receive initial lifeguard training and certification, as well as ongoing training. For information visit www.continentalpools.com or call 1-800-640-0062.
Domino's is hiring staff throughout the Washington DC area and they encourage high school students to apply; members of the Class of 2017 will be given priority. They offer flexible work hours, allowing students to work while going to school, and potential for growth and a career. For information contact the Washington regional employment manager, Joe Burr, at 571-395-0519 or visit jobs.dominos.com.
The Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is a locally funded initiative sponsored by the Department of Employment Services (DOES) that provides District youth ages 14 to 24 with enriching and constructive summer work experiences through subsidized placements in the private and government sectors. Contact the Office of Youth Services at (202) 698-3492, email email@example.com. or visit their website at https://does.dc.gov/service/mayor-marion-s-barry-s...
The Maryland Department of Budget and Management operates an on-line employment center with a searchable database of job listings. The listing includes a variety of summer positions, including internships for students. For information and to search for jobs visit their website at http://www.jobaps.com/MD.
Want to make some extra spending money? Looking to get some real life experience in a field of interest? There are often job opportunities in and around Prince George's County for young people. For more information visit the M-NCPP website at www.pgxtremeteens.com/For_Your_Future_Jobs
The Metro Warriors are looking for high school and college students interested in serving as mentors for their summer robotics program. Experience is a plus but not required. Mentors will work with elementary age students in various metro-accessible locations throughout the DC area. Interviews and mandatory training will take place on June 25 from 2-6 p.m. at National Christian Academy in Fort Washington. For information visit www.mwso.org/summer-school.
The National Security Agency's (NSA) Gifted and Talented STEM Program is open to high school seniors who have demonstrated an aptitude for engineering, math and science with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and 1200+ on the SAT. Participants work full time for 10 to 12 weeks during the summer following their senior year of high school. For information visit 1-866-NSA-HIRE or visit their website at https://www.intelligencecareers.gov/icstudents
The Prince George's County Youth@Work/Summer Youth Enrichment Program (SYEP) provides an opportunity for young people across the County to participate in career development, life-skills training and summer employment opportunities. The deadline for applications is March 24. Visit their website at www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/sites/summeryouth for more information.
The city of Bowie, Maryland will hold an employment fair for students and young adults ages 15-24 who are looking for full or part-time employment. Local employers will be on hand to take applications and conduct on-site interviews. The event will take place on Saturday, March 25 from 9 a.m. until noon in the City of Bowie gymnasium at 4100 Northview Drive in Bowie. For information contact 301-809-2383 or 301-809-3033.
Youth, parents and community members are encouraged to attend this question and answer session to hear from Prince George's County officials about the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP). This job training workshop provides youth, ages 15-19, opportunities to practice workplace excellence and explore career interests. The event will be held on Saturday, January 21 at 10:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden. For information call 301-546-1580, visit www.pgcc.edu/go/youthatwork, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.