High School Job Search
Jobs for High School Students
Information on job for high school students including how to find a job, where to look for jobs, sample resumes and cover letters, and job search advice and tips for students.
Jobs for 14 Year Olds
What kind of jobs can you do when you're 14 or 15 years old? There are limitations to the kind of jobs you can work at, and also limits to the hours you can work.
High School Student Job Search Tips: A - Z
Here's a list of job search tips for high school students including the types of jobs available, what you need to apply for jobs, how to write a resume and more advice for high school job seekers.
Job Search Tips for High School Students
When you're in high school and haven't worked much - or at all - it can be hard to find a job. However, if you're a high school student looking for a job, there are things you can do to help yourself get hired and help get your application noticed. Here are job search tips for high school students looking for jobs.
How to Find Your First Job
How to find a first job, including exploring first job options, job applications, writing your first resume, and job search tips and suggestions.
How to Find a Part Time Job
Here are suggestions for how to get started on a part-time job search.
High School Cover Letter Examples
Sample cover letters and cover letter templates especially for high school students, and college students and graduates seeking employment.
High School Resume Examples
Review these high school resume examples to get ideas for your own resume, then use a resume template to create your own resume.
High School Interview Attire
Most high school job seekers aren't interviewing for professional positions. Instead, they're usually looking for part-time jobs in retail, restaurants, babysitting, or even applying for volunteer positions. Accordingly, a high schooler's interview attire doesn't have to be exceedingly formal.
Interview Tips for High School Students
Top 10 job interview tips for high school students, including what to wear, how to greet the interviewer, how to answer interview questions, how to follow up and more interview advice
Resume Tips for High School Students
Resume writing advice for high school students, including when you need a resume and what to include on your resume, plus samples.
Job Application Tips for Teenagers
Job application tips for teenagers applying for part-time after school jobs or summer jobs. Here are the top 10 tips for teens completing job applications.
Sample Reference Letters for Students
Sample reference letters especially for high school students, college students, and graduates including character references, references from teachers, and graduate school references.
Summer Job Cover Letters
Summer job cover letter examples and cover letter templates.
Teen Interview Attire - What Not to Wear on an Interview
Images of what NOT to wear on a teen job interview.
Teen Interview Attire - What to Wear to an Interview
Applying for a part-time, non-professional, job is a little different from applying for a full-time professional position. Dress should be, at the least, neat and tidy. Business casual is usually appropriate.
Teen Job Search Guide
Advice and information on jobs for students, including how to get working papers, where to find jobs, how to apply for jobs, interview attire, and more teen job resources.
Teen Job Search Videos
Our videos for teen job seekers will show you what you should and should not do during the interview and teach you how to write a resume that will impress the hiring manager, even if it's your first try at creating a resume.
Teen Job Sites
Top job sites for teens and other resources for high school students looking for employment.
Teen Resume Tips
Even though a resume is not required for a lot of teen jobs, a resume can boost your chances of getting hired. Here are resume writing tips for teens so you can create a resume even if you don't have experience.
Types of First Jobs for Teens
List of first job ideas for teenage job seekers.
Types of Summer Jobs for Teens
Information on the types of summer job options available for teens, including jobs at parks, camps, resorts, beaches, retail, sports venues, amusement parks, restaurants and more.