Jobs for Teens
- Kennel Worker in Veterinary Hospital - We have an opening for a part-time kennel worker in our veterinary hospital. Hours are during the weekend 2-3 hours Sat and/or Sun morning and 1-2 hours Sat and/or Sun evening. Duties include cleaning cages, walking dogs, helping veterinarians with treatments on occasion. You must be at least 16 years old. Contact Joanne Paige at The Middlebury Animal Hospital, 139 Washington Street Ext, Middlebury, VT 05753. For more information, call 388-2691.
Looking for Jobs?
- Contact your school's School-to-Work Coordinator:
- Middlebury Union High School - The School-to-Work program at Middlebury Union High School is a great
opportunity to receive valuable workplace training, get academic credit
while working, and explore a variety of careers. MUHS's School-to-Work
Coordinator, Mrs. McMellon, will also assist anyone who is looking for
employment. Mrs. McMellon can be reached at 382-1039 or E-Mailed at
- Mount Abraham Union High School - Bill Connor. 453-2333 or [email protected]
- Vergennes Union High School - Scott Lynk. 877-2938 or [email protected]
- Middlebury College Job Openings
- Addison Independent Help Wanted Ads
- Vermont Department of Employment & Training Career Resource Center - Their Web site has two specific pages that are of interest to area teenagers, "Training" and "Teens." They have endless resources for job and career preparation help for teens: several types of training and employment situations, workshops, professional career counseling and more. Visit their Web site at www.det.state.vt.us/~middlebury.
Know the rules that govern how long and where 14 through 17 year olds can work -- click here.
- Start a Red Cross Club - Do you want to help your community? Do you want to receive free training and
meet new people? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others?
Start a Red Cross Club at your high school! Your club can be trained in
disaster response, teaching youth classes and being an effective leader. You
plan your club's focus, and the American Red Cross will work with you to
train you and make your goals happen. Your club will have a great deal of
independence, but you will have the support of the Red Cross in the form of
seminars, volunteer events and trainings throughout the year. Call the
Northern Vermont Chapter at 800-660-9130 to find out more!
- Volunteer Opportunities with CVAA (Champlain Valley Agency on Aging) Neighbor
to Neighbor Program in Addison County - We recruit volunteers to support adults
with disabilities and elders with daily tasks, companionship and misc.
Please contact Judy Doria @ [email protected] or call 388-2997 if
interested in helping out.
- New Haven Senior - needs someone to visit and take her out for a ride or to
the park or a mall. Scheduling is flexible and will be set up with the
volunteer and client.
- Bristol Senior needs companionship. A visiting schedule can be worked out
between the client and volunteer.
- Explorer Post 613: The Explorer program is a law enforcement, career-based coed program for teens from the ages of 14 to 20. Explore the career of law enforcement while providing services to the community.
- Explorers provide traffic direction, parking, and security to local events.
- In emergency situations they provide communications and support to local police departments.
- Explorers are involved in search and rescue operations with the State Police Dive Team, missing persons, aircraft crashes, and more.
- Explorers receive training in criminal and motor vehicle law, radio communications, firearms, traffic control, emergency medical, fire scene, high angle climbing, and much more!
- Explorers get to go to the Vermont Police Academy in Pittsford, VT for a week in July every year. This is not a summer camp, but it is a lot of fun.
- Explorers experience real life drama through a shadow program called the Explorer Ride Along program. Explorers spend entire shifts with patrol officers while on patrol.
If this is something you think you might be interested in, come to a meeting to check us out. The Explorers meet every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Middlebury Municipal Building meeting room. Call Patrolman Scott Fisher, Post Advisor, at 388-3191 if you have questions.
- Starksboro Community Coffee House - Acoustic, folk, jazz and ethnic music by local musicians to benefit the restoration of the Starksboro Village Meeting House every second Saturday of the month at 7:30 on Route 116 in Starksboro village. We need volunteers to assist with carrying out the events. If you are interested, please contact Richard Faesy, vice chair., at 434-4254.
Looking for Volunteer Opportunities?
- Contact your school's vounteer coordinator:
- Middlebury Union High School - Dottie Nelson.
- ACCAG (Addison County Community Action Group): Middlebury office, 388-3608. Vergennes office, 877-2677.
- Addison County Humane Society Shelter: 236 Boardman, Middlebury, 388-1100.
- Very Special Arts Vermont: Bringing arts programs to children with diabilities and low-income families.