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Hire a Student!
Do you need to hire staff or know someone who could hire a student?

Post your job on HighSchoolHelpers and 10% of your fee will go to benefit the school of your choice!

Welcome Parents!

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about HighSchoolHelpers.com!

Who are we and What do we do?

HighSchoolHelpers.com works with 3 groups of people:

  1. School Staff
  2. Employers
  3. Job Seekers (students)

Our goals are:

  1. To help students find and attain employment
  2. To help employers hire qualified employees
  3. To help schools employ their students and graduates
  4. Raise funds for participating schools

How we work:

HighSchoolHelpers.com creates relationships with schools and school districts to help find job opportunities for the students.

Our service is completely free to schools and job seekers and employers pay a reasonable fee to post their job on HighSchoolHelpers.com. As part of our partnership with the schools, employers can select the school of their choice to share 10% of their posting fee with.

We accept both part-time and full-time job opportunities.

To help keep costs at a minimum we ask that our partner schools help with marketing our service to their students and community. This relationship creates a WIN-WIN-WIN opportunity!

  • Employers can post jobs and hire students in 1 location effectively and affordably - WIN
  • Students find job opportunities and get hired - WIN
  • Schools provide a needed service in their community and to their students while generating a revenue stream for the school - WIN

What you need to know about us

HighSchoolHelpers.com is a job posting site not an employment agency. We work hard to find both part-time and full-time job opportunities in your area and it is up to the job seeker to land the job.

Interviews will be conducted directly by the employer as will all salary and payment details.


Parent and Student Responsibility

As a parent you are the primary educator of your student outside of the classroom. If it's time for your child to seek part-time or full-time employment please help them in the process by giving them the tools necessary to not only get hired, but also to be successful on the job!

How to help them get hired

  • Work with them to identify jobs appropriate for their age and skill level
  • Help them identify quality employers
  • Assist them in identifying appropriate clothing for interviews and work
  • Teach them interview etiquette
  • Reinforce the importance of responsibility
  • Practice their interview skills with them
  • Double check all written communication to make sure everything is spelled correctly, is professional, courteous and complete.
  • Encourage them to keep their commitments
  • Make sure they're on-time for interviews

Teach them how to keep the job

  • Reinforce the importance of responsibility
  • Be on-time for work
  • Dress appropriately
  • Treat others with respect
  • Never sit idle unless on a break
  • Be a good communicator
  • Commit for the long-term and don't quit for the wrong reasons
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