CASE hosts a summer job fair

By Tim Mochylo - Staff Reporter



Students interested in getting an internship, part-time or even a full-time job over the summer can attend the Summer Job Fair that is coming up on Wednesday, May 16 in Building 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Career and Student Employment Center is organizing the event.

 "We are going to have around 30 employers, and some of the names are Big 5 Sporting Goods, IKEA Renton, Fed Ex, OnTrac, and YMCA," said Jenny Vasylchuk, a program assistant at the CASE Center.  

Around 250 students have participated in thepast Summer Job Fairs, Rosa Ho said, a program assistant at the CASE Center.

"Students should dress nicely and some employers offer interviews, so you could bring your resume," Ho said.

A lot of the employers offer flexible hours that work with student schedules.

"For more info about the Summer Job Fair, students can go to the CASE Center, or go to our website: www.studentemployment.highline.edu," Ho said.

Learn about Running Start

To learn more about the Running Start program, attend Highline's Running Start Information Session on May 1.

The event, which will be in Building 7 from 6 to 6:30 p.m., is for high school students and their parents to learn how to get an early start on college through the program.

Advisers at the event will cover the benefits of the Running Start program, how to get college-ready, requirements and student eligibility, and steps for student enrollment.

There is no sign up or registration.

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