GOAL: Today you will:
- Identify strategies to use for finding a job during high school
- Explain the different categories of work (full- vs part-time, paid vs unpaid)
- Successfully complete a job application with the proper information
- OPEN THIS DOC & MAKE A COPY & SHARE IT WITH MRS. WEBER
- #1–Do this on your own
- #2–We will watch this together, but answer the questions as the video plays
- #3–We will watch this together. As you watch be thinking about opportunities you can list for yourself.
- #4–We will go through the Google Slides together
- #5–Do this on your own–5 min
- #6–SKIP THIS
- #7–Do this own your own
- Download this job application form & fill it out by following the instructions in this VIDEO.
- POSITION: you make one up, but have it be a realistic one that you could be applying for right now as a high school student working part time.
- EDUCATION: only include Bellevue High School and only fill out the first 3 columns since you haven’t graduated yet.
- REFERENCES: try to include 3 adults who are NOT related to you. Good references are teachers, coaches, youth group leaders, pastors, past employers and/or managers or supervisors. If you were using me or any other teacher/coach at BHS you can use this information along with their name: Tracy Weber, Teacher, Bellevue High School, 563-872-4001.
- EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: try to complete as much of it as you can. If you babysit, be sure to include every family as a separate employer, so if you babysat for 5 different families you can fill in all 5 with as much information as you can. I use www.whitepages.com to find addresses and phones.
- Print it, 2-sided, print your name, date, and sign it using blue or black ink then hand it in.