Students look for summer work as school year wraps up

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Students look for summer work as school year wraps up

Juniors Mica Jenko and Hunter Gibboney stand at the General Booth Chick-fil-a where they work. Photo taken on March 30.

Juniors Mica Jenko and Hunter Gibboney stand at the General Booth Chick-fil-a where they work. Photo taken on March 30.

Alex Engel

Juniors Mica Jenko and Hunter Gibboney stand at the General Booth Chick-fil-a where they work. Photo taken on March 30.

Alex Engel

Alex Engel

Juniors Mica Jenko and Hunter Gibboney stand at the General Booth Chick-fil-a where they work. Photo taken on March 30.

Braden Ward, Staff Writer

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As summer approaches, many students have either begun work or searching for a job. Many fast food restaurants, such as Chick-fil-a and Taco Bell, typically hire, and local amusement parks, such as Motor World and Ocean Breeze Water Park, need seasonal help.
“Last summer, Motor World was in dire need of more employees; however, this year we seemed to have an increase in applicants which could be a result of the successful job fair hosted in May,” said junior and former Motor World ride attendant Gabe Chester.
For those who need help looking for a summer job, school counselor Kerry Sheehan has posted multiple job leads on the school counseling Schoology group.

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