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Summer Job Opportunity! 

Looking for students that are 16+, have transportation, and want to work part time at a radio station

Friday May 25, 2018


2404 W 24th Ave. Suite 200, Kennewick

Job duties will include:

Set up/break down at live events

Set up/break down at concerts

Representing the stations at events


Driving station vehicles (18+)

Helping on air staff at live remotes

The hours will vary, this is a part time job. Some weeks will be 15-20 hours and some will only be 5-10 hours depending on the amount of events we have going that week.

No resume needed, but applicants should bring all necessary information needed to fill out an application.

On the spot hiring and will have working hours starting next week. Flexible hours since school is still in and many applicants will have sports/vaca plans for the summer.

Questions? Contact Jennifer 509.783.0783 or


Jerry D. Abrams Property Management

Is looking to hire one or two high school students during the summer time for full or part time work doing various outdoor work for our company. 

Right now they are looking for someone to work outside patrolling for garbage around some of our commercial buildings we manage throughout Tri-Cities. Also, help landscaping staff with power washing buildings, pulling weeds, etc.. every day is different. 

We would like someone who can drive and has reliable transportation as they would need to drive to the different locations we have in Tri-Cities (reimbursement for mileage). 

FLEXIBLE days and times. Just want someone reliable.

Interested or have Questions?

Contact Tiffany Janikowski

Property Manager and Operations Manager


Need help creating your resume?

 WorkSource is available to assist you over the summer if you are looking for employment

They are hosting a RESUME LAB

Every MONDAY 2pm-4pm

(across from Tri-Tech)

815 N. Kellogg Suite D

Kennewick, WA  99336

A resume is a brief summary of your experiences (such as work, volunteer, and extracurricular activities), educational background, and relevant skills that highlights your qualifications for jobs, internships, specialized programs, or positions.

The purpose of a resume is to get an interview. A resume is like an advertisement: it must attract attention, create interest, and generate action on the part of the reader. A good resume will lead an employer to invite you to discuss, at an interview, how your background and personality fit the organization.

The resume tells a potential employer what you have done, what you can do, who you are, and what you know. It also states what kind of work you seek. The resume must provide enough information to allow the employer to evaluate your qualifications and to convince the employer to invite you for an interview.

Career Cruising is a great place to start!

See Mrs. Smith in the Career Center if you need your logon info.

WorkSource is a wonderful rescource for all job hunters. They have special programs just to help teens find their first jobs.