Many young adults find it difficult to locate suitable part-time jobs for teens. Below we’ve detailed everything you need to know to successfully find, secure and keep highly sought after teen jobs. You’ll learn how some websites lure you in with the promise of jobs for teens but fail to deliver by charging teen’s fees.
Also, many websites that appear to have jobs for teens are actually much more adult oriented. Thus, you will find very few jobs that actually appeal to teens. For instance, many job websites are “Powered by Indeed” or “Powered by Snagajob.” What this means is that, although the website appears to be oriented to finding teen jobs, in reality the offering is mainly adult jobs. Read more to help find the right jobs for teens in your area.
GCFLearnFree.org is a free online educational website focusing on technology, job training, reading, and math skills. The site is a program of Goodwill Industries of Eastern NC Inc. and the Goodwill Community Foundation. All content is created in Raleigh, North Carolina. As of summer 2014, GCFLearnFree.org has 16 employees responsible for content development and web development, and 9 online instructors who facilitate accredited classes by grading work and responding to learners’ questions.
The Idaho State Department of Education partnered with Achieve3000 to offer free access for 4-year-olds in Idaho to SmartyAnts, which is an online, interactive, reading-readiness application.
The primary goal of SmartyAnts is to help youngstersbuild strong early literacy skills so they are prepared for kindergarten. SmartyAnts joins other electronic educational and reading tools, such as Tumblebooks, that parents and caregivers can utilize in conjunction with more traditional resources to develop and reinforce their child’s early literacy skills, which include print awareness, vocabulary, and the identification of letters and their sounds.
Parents canactivate their free SmartyAnts subscription by visiting: achieve3000.com/SmartyIDAHO or by calling 1-877-235-2525 and using the code: SmartyIDAHO.
A SmartyAnts toolkit, which includes a variety of resources, in English and Spanish, may be downloaded by visiting: http:// ww2.achieve3000.com/IdahoToolkit