A number of great jobs are being offered by the City of Seattle, for people ages 16 and up (except for job #3).  

  1.  SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY Student Assistant

Sort, alphabetize, and shelve books — a quiet, behind-the-scenes job.  $15.28 per hour, for 12 – 15 hours per week at one of the SPL branches; requires some weekends.  Great for nerds & introverts, though you will need to play up your “customer service” and “people” skills in your interview.  Ask Bean for more details; they work for SPL, too! Apply by April 30th! This application will require a cover letter, a short visit to Karen P. in the main office, and a recommendation from a teacher/coordinator/coach/adult. More info here:

  1.  SEATTLE PARKS & REC Customer Service Agent/Cashier

Greet visitors, process payments, work with the public at local community centers, pools, and recreation centers! MUST love working with people and have at LEAST six months of experience (volunteer or work) as a cashier or in a “customer service environment” (if you’re not sure if this could apply to you, let’s discuss!!).  $17.09 per hour!!  THE BEST for people with previous work experience, who want to make gooooood money this summer.  Apply right away!

  1.  SEATTLE PARKS & REC Wading Pool Attendant (must be 18+)

$15.68 per hour.  Few job requirements, but MUST be able to work with the public (particularly, small children).  MUST be 18 or older.  Apply right away! More information here:

  1. SEATTLE CITY LIGHT High School Fire Brigade Intern

Support fire prevention programs, learn to maintain rescue equipment, and gain behind-the-scenes experience of industrial fire fighting! $15.00 per hour, full-time from July 5 – August 29. Based in Newhalem, WA (Skagit County); will require ability to travel. Awesome for anyone who’s considering apprenticeships and wants to learn more about jobs that don’t necessarily require a college degree.  Apply by April 25th! More information here: 

  1.  SEATTLE CITY LIGHT High School Student Intern

Mainly clerical/office work, with the opportunity to do work “in the field” based on your interests.  GREAT for someone that’s interested in making a lot of money this summer, and having solid resume experience in a city job.  $15.00 per hour, full-time hours between July 5 – August 29, Monday through Friday.  Apply by April 25th! More information here:
Bean Yogi (they/them/theirs*)
Post-Secondary Counselor
Nova High School
p: (206) 252-3490


University Kiwanis Club is offering a voice scholarships   1 @  $2,000  & 2 @ $1000 each
Info in office


  •   Seattle University, Seattle. Tuesday, April 18th from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm 50 spaces available
  • University of Washington, Bothell. Friday, May 5th from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm: 30 spaces available

We are excited to be collaborating with WSECU to incorporate their Financial Reality Fair model into this event. Students will have the opportunity to:  

  • Navigate through the Reality Fair, a hands-on financial learning experience where students are given a life scenario and career, provided a budget sheet and visit different booths to pay for basics such as housing, utilities, clothing and food while avoiding temptations to overspend. After visiting all the booths, students calculate costs and sit down to review their choices.
  • Learn more about the accounting profession and many career paths available
  • Meet local accounting professionals and university accounting students on a college campus

The event is free to you and your students.  Free lunch will be provided along with free parking for the day.  Schools just provide transportation to the event.

To register, please email and let her know how many students will be attending. We’ll follow up with a formal registration form. 

If you have any questions, please contact Monette Anderson via email at or call (425) 586-1118.


Monette Anderson
Academic Relations Coordinator

Tel (425) 586-1118 | Fax (425) 586-1125

Washington Society of CPAs
902 140th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98005-3480

(425) 644-4800 | (800) 272-8273 Toll-Free in WA


This is the Skills Center School Year Application.  Complete course descriptions are also attached.  It includes information about pre-requisites, which classes are cross credited and whether the class is Tech Prep articulated for free college credits with a “B” or better grade.

The online Skills Center School Year App will be posted shortly.  A mailer will also be sent home to students/families regarding the Skills Center Year classes.

Thank you so much for working with students who want to participate in a Seattle Skills Center class,

Myrna B. Muto
Career & Technical Education Guidance Specialist
Career & College Readiness /Career & College Specialist Coordinator
206-252-0731     fax

MS  31-671

APPLICATION 17-18 Skills Center Descriptions and Pre Reqs for Counselors – Skills Center 17-18

It’s 38th Annual Washington Women in Trades Career Fair!
When: Friday, May 12, 2017 at 9am – 2pm

Where:Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center

Free!  All are welcome

…you’re considering a career in the construction trades,
…you’re seeking to meet great apprentices for your training program,
…you’re ready to place workers on a project,
…your students are looking for options other than IT or college careers,
…you need a job,

OR finally…
…you’re just curious,

…stop by on Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center Friday, May 12.
Exhibitors:  Register here
Schools:  Register here
(schools are encouraged to register, but it’s not required)

More Info here
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need more information.

Just what IS this event, you ask?

Every spring for the last 38 years, Washington Women in Trades has created a place where over 1,000 people gather; some teach, some learn, some recruit, some apply for jobs, some are hired!

About the Exhibitors:
They include apprenticeship programs, governmental agencies, colleges, vocational training and corporations. Among many others, past participants have included King County, Gary Merlino Construction Company, Inc., the Boeing Company, and the Seattle Fire Department. Training programs include apprenticeships with the Sprinkler Fitters, Carpenters, Laborers, Operating Engineers, Pipefitters, Electricians, Elevator Engineers and of course, the Ironworkers. This is only a sampling. We estimate over 80 exhibitors in 2017.

Some exhibits are outside. Seattle City Light’s famous climbing pole is right next to the equally famous Seattle Center Fountain. King County Solid Waste brings a giant pink semi and King County Facilities sets up a build project!  Indoor, the options are varied and fun, too. Learn to operate a virtual crane with the Operators, move some metal with the Ironworkers or pound a nail in three concise strokes with the Carpenters.

Exhibitors are encouraged to create interactive and enticing displays. Not only does it make learning more fun, it gives attendees an real live look at the craft. Also, the most creative exhibitors win a “best of” ribbon at the end of the day.

About the Attendees:
Schools from all over the region attend. Middle & High School aged students are introduced to the high paying, spirit empowering positions in the skilled trades.

Work ready women (and men) attend to explore options, too. Sometimes, a match is made on the spot. The exhibitor walks away with a new enthusiastic hire and the woman walks away with a living wage job.

We estimate 7-800 attendees in 2017.
We look forward to seeing you ALL on May 12 at Fisher Pavilion.

Cynthia Payne, Project Manager, Washington Women in Trades


Earn $15/hr 

Apply NOW for your chance to work full-time this summer at the Port of Seattle.  The Port of Seattle is a public agency that oversees transportation access to the city of Seattle (such as the airport, cruise ship terminals, boat marinas, etc).  You can apply for internships in a variety of departments, such as:

  • Business Technology (keywords: tech! data! computers!)
  • Communication & Marketing (keywords: events! visual media! people! advertising!)
  • Customer Service (keywords: customers! selling products! airport operations!) 
  • Engineering & Construction (keywords: budgets! business! projects! management!)
  • Environmental Outreach (keywords: gardens! parks! community! education!)
  • Finance & Accounting (keywords: data! money! payroll! applied math!)

If you’re interested in applying, check out this website for more information:  and then APPLY by searching for “High School” opportunities on this website:^fIOXDXZxtEDfmLJ5L/imMFGzkIBtOgSfzRxfy3EN/I26MnAZHqLd0VRstTRoWI1E 

Two-week sessions available between July 10–August 18

Early birds, just one more week to save with early bird pricing, which ends March 31. 

Teens find community and voice in our summer program—now in its 20th year! Camp sessions take place at Hugo House and at partner venues across the city. This year, we’re continuing our popular sessions at MoPOP and MOHAI, and we’ve added two new sessions at The Henry Art Gallery.

Learn More

Final push before March 31st deadline

Please help us do one last push to get the word out about this scholarship opportunity for students (21 or under) who receive housing subsidy from Seattle Housing Authority.

The deadline for the Dream Big! Scholarship is 5pm on March 31st.  Applications can be submitted through the mail, or scanned in and emailed to by the deadline. Directions are found on the application.

A flyer and application is attached. Please share with your networks.
Dream Big! Flyer Final 03_21_2017 2017 Dream Big!
Application – FINAL 


The Vivian and Florence Lewis Carkeek Scholarship Fund (Carkeek Scholarship) was established in the early 1950’s and has continually provided scholarships to graduating seniors from the Seattle Public School system. Applications are solicited in spring and awards are determined by a selection committee comprised of high school principals and citizens of the Seattle community. The awards are based on high school scholastic achievement, participation in school activities and the financial needs of the candidate.

Requirements to Qualify for an Award

  • Complete and return this application including all required supporting materials by the deadline of April 30, 2017.
  • Must plan to attend a public institution of higher learning in the state of Washington.
  • Must currently be a graduating senior.

Guidelines for Use of Award

  • Scholarship funds can be used for food and lodging, school books, laboratory fees, tuition, transportation and items deemed essential.
  • Scholarship funds are NOT to be used for social activities, fraternities or sororities, travel (other than to and from home), medical expenses or other items strictly personal.Application: Carkeek_Application_-_New_Applicants_2017-18 


Northwest Folklife is looking for Volunteers for our annual festival at the Seattle Center Memorial Day Weekend! This is the perfect opportunity for youth who need community service hours, want to volunteer with their friends or just gain experience in event operations or the music industry.

Anyone interested in this opportunity can sign-up on our website or email me directly with any questions.

Thank you for your time!

Cheyanne Warren
Volunteer Coordinator
Northwest Folklife |
305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109 | 206-684-7326
Your Communities. Your Traditions. Your Folklife.


The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides internship opportunities aimed at meeting the employment needs of underserved youth and young adults in our community. By promoting work readiness and strengthening career development, SYEP helps to prepare and support youth for real world jobs by providing them with the skills necessary to be competitive in the job market. 

SYEP Internships

  • Internships start July 5, 2017 and end August 15, 2017.


  • Applications open March 13, 2017 and close April 14, 2017
  • Internships will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.


  • City of Seattle Resident
  • Ages 16 to 24
  • Demonstrated ability to be responsible, determined and committed
  • Meet HUD Income Guidelines



Apply online using a smart phone, desktop computer, laptops, or tablets.
NO paper applications will be accepted. 
Not all youth who apply will be placed or be eligible


This scholarship is offered by Foster Youth Independence, and the application is due on April 22nd

Scholarship Details

Description: Scholarship amounts range from $1000-$2500. Recipients will be notified by May 12, 2017. Scholarship funds will be sent directly to the college/university.

  • Anticipated Award Notification: 05/12/2017
  • Award Amount: between $1,000 and $2,500 per person (A total of $10,000 available).
  • Awards Available: between 2 and 10 scholarships will be awarded
  • Application Method: Apply electronically via
  • Support Period: Academic Year 2017-2018

Eligibility Requirements

  • Types of Students: High School Seniors, Certificate Program students, College students of any year.
  • Colleges: Must be in Washington State
  • School Types: Any Private 4-year University or College, Private Vocational / Technical / Career College, Public 4-year University or College, Public 2-year Community / Technical College
  • Academic Programs: Undergraduate, Advanced Degree, Continuing Ed/Non-Degree Seeking
  • Enrollment Status: Full-time or Half-time
  • Must have lived in Washington State for 3 years immediately prior to receiving your HS diploma
  • Must have completed your entire senior year at a Washington State high school
  • Must be currently or formerly in Foster Care
Application Details
Additional Questions
  • How will this scholarship help you meet your educational and career goals?
  • How has your education contributed to who you are today?
Other Instructions

Please know, applicants are NOT eligible if they:

  • • Have been adopted
  • • Returned to live with their parents before turning 18, (regardless of whether the court continued to remain involved)
  • • The dependency court order has been dismissed
  • • Were not dependent to federal, state or tribal court prior age 18
  • Recipients are notified via e-mail so please make sure you supply a valid and working e-mail address!


When: Saturday, April 1, 2017.
Time: 1 – 3 p.m.
Location: Miller Community Center.

330 19th Avenue E, Seattle 98122.Ample parking and Metro routes 8,12, & 43. Nearby service from Metro 10 & youth of any age are encouraged to attend, especially those of high school age (14 – 19) and young adults (19 – 24).More information soon for employers and youth employment programs.This is the second annual Job Fair for LGBTQ youth and allies organized by the Youth Employment and Service Learning Unit of Seattle Parks and Recreation


We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Writers in the Schools and Seattle Arts and Lectures is opening admissions for our third annual Seattle Youth Poet Laureate Contest! The Seattle Youth Poet Laureate program seeks to celebrate the work of passionate, engaged young poets, writers and activists who use their art to advocate for issues close to their heart. Our panel of esteemed judges will select 8 finalist to perform at the Northwest Folklife Festival’s Commencement Performance on Saturday, May 27th, where the winner will be announced and honored. The winner of the Youth Poet Laureate Title will receive a book deal, mentorship from published writers to support their first collection of poems and chances to perform and tour throughout the city. Finalists will be a part of a cohort that will also receive opportunities throughout the year. 


  • Seattle Youth Poet Laureate Program celebrates the work of student writers and activists ages 14-19. 
  • Eligible genres include poetry, spoken word, rap and writing (performers poetry may be submitted as videos)
  • Application materials are due April 24th. 

If you know a talented young poet who is invested in the Seattle community, and who want a broad platform for their voice to be heard, see the attached booklet on how to apply and pass the information along. Good luck to you students!

2017 Youth Poet Laureate Application

All the best,
Nichole Coates
Program Associate with Writers in the Schools

Seattle Arts & Lectures
206-621-2230 ext 20
340 15th Ave E, Suite 301

Seattle, WA 98112


Children’s Hospital is hosting an intensive summer experience for diverse high school students who are interested in nursing.
Every year we offer local high school students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to participate in our Nurse Camp at Seattle Children’s. During this three-day camp, students will gain insights into the world of pediatric nursing by participating in clinical observation sessions. In these sessions, students will shadow nurses in a clinical environment and observe as they provide patient care and interact with patients and families (students will not provide patient care). Students will also work through interactive hands-on skills labs to learn and practice various nursing skills on models. In addition student will have the opportunity to engage with an educational panel to ask questions and discuss nursing as a viable career path.
Past Clinical Observation sessions have been offered in the following clinical areas:
  • Medical Unit
  • Surgical Unit
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
  • Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU)
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
  • Cancer Care Unit
  • Dialysis Unit
  • Infusion Clinic
  • Operating Room (OR)
  • Inpatient Psychiatry Unit (IPU)
  • Pre/Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)
  • Dates: June 27–29 (three consecutive days)
  • Location: Seattle Children’s Hospital
  • Hours: approximately 8 a.m.– 4 p.m. each day
  • Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in the fall of 2017.
  • Students must reside in the Puget Sound area.
  • Students must be able to attend and participate in all three days of Seattle Children’s Nurse Camp.
To Apply
Submit a completed application packet and transcripts via email by April 14, 2017.
Acceptance Notification
  • The Nurse Camp Committee will select participants and notify all students via email by May 12, 2017.

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