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Check out our Student Resources page for information on interviewing, resumes, work skills, career exploration,

and post-secondary options.

HSJP Intern
HSJP Intern

Working at Morrison Maierle

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HSJP Retail
HSJP Retail

Working at Capital Sports

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HSJP Banking Intern
HSJP Banking Intern

Working at Intrepid Credit Union

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HSJP Intern
HSJP Intern

Working at Morrison Maierle

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Q: Who can apply to the Summer Jobs Program?
A: Students who graduated no earlier than 2021 or are still in high school. Priority is given to students 16-19 years old, although there are some positions available to 15 year olds.


Q: What do I need to do to apply?
A: Complete the online application, submit a resume, and complete an interview.


Q: What type of jobs or internships are available through the program?

A: Positions include automotive, retail, healthcare, agriculture, information technology, recreation, education, legal, finance, administration, hospitality, marketing, engineering, business, & construction among others. If you are interested in a particular career, let us know. We'll do our best to help you find a related position!


Q: How much will I get paid?
A: Employers pay a minimum of $9/hour. Some positions pay more!


Q: When will I know if I have a position?
A: By early May. Students interview with HSJP, and then HSJP matches students with positions in mid-April. After an interview with the employer to confirm a good fit, you'll receive confirmation of the position.


Q: What else is involved?
A: HSJP students complete a paid work skills training and meet with a mentor during the summer to grow skills and build their support network.

Q: When does the job or internship start? End?

A: The positions run from early June to mid-August. Some positions last for only 6 weeks, and some last all summer.

Q: How many hours per week will I work?

You will work at least 25 hours/week for a minimum of 150 hours. Some students will work full-time and some will work part-time, depending on the position.

Q: What else should I know?

A: You will need to have a current photo ID and a Social Security number and transport yourself to your job site. If required by your host employer, you will need to successfully pass a drug screening and background check.

HSJP cannot guarantee internship or job placement, due to applicant availability or qualifications.

The 2021 application period is closed.

Please check back in february, 2022!