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Raleigh to host one more session for teens looking for summer job

Posted January 2

The city of Raleigh will offer one more information session this week about summer job opportunities for college and high school students.

It's set for 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Jan. 4, at Laurel Hills Community Center, 3808 Edwards Mill Rd., Raleigh.

The information session will consist of small group presentations about specific summer jobs and the application process, according to a press release. Representatives from the city’s human resources and parks, recreation and cultural resources departments and the Raleigh summer youth program will lead the sessions.

If your teen or college student doesn't have any summer plans yet, this might be the perfect thing for them. Raleigh puts 700 to 800 college and high school students to work each summer. The most common jobs filled are lifeguard, camp counselor, recreation instructors, recreation leaders, cashiers and Raleigh summer youth program participants, according to the release.

The city put together this promotional video that features interviews with young parks department employees. Looks like fun!

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