Seasonal Job Opportunities!

Dick’s Sporting Goods|Mays Landing| Cashier & Apparel Retail Associate |Must be at least age 18.  1-2 years experience.  Available nights, weekends & holidays. |Apply online here.

Seaview Hotel & Golf Resort | Galloway Twp.| Bus Person| You must be 18 or older. Shift – mostly early mornings to early afternoon & Thursday evenings.| Apply online here.

Auntie Anne’s & Cinnabon |Atlantic City – Pier at Caesars | Cashiers & Bakers |To apply, you must be at least 18 years old|Apply online here.

If you have questions about applying to any of the positions, please email me your name and student ID number to tcain@acboe.org.

Make it a great day!   🙂

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Seasonal Opportunities

Hello,

Below are two seasonal job opportunities.

H & M Part time Sales Advisor – Atlantic City (Outlets) – Must be 18; have at least six months of sales experience – Apply online at Careers at H & M

Timberland – Temporary Sales Associate – Must be 18 – Apply online at VF Brand Corp.

Have a great day!  🙂

 

 

 

 

Atlantic City Job Annoucement

Atlantic City is hiring for the positions of

Special Law Enforcement Officer (SLEO) II

CITY OF ATLANTIC CITY Special Law Enforcement Officer II Applicants will be subjected to a background investigation and a pre-employment physical.

Open to New Jersey Residents that currently possess a SLEO II Certificate as well as New Jersey Residents interested in acquiring a SLEO II Certificate.

Atlantic City residents will be given first preference, Atlantic County residents will be second, and all others third. Please submit your resume or application to the City of Atlantic City, Human Resources Department, Room #416, 1301 Bacharach Blvd., Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401, no later than February 27, 2015. The City of Atlantic City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Attached is a job advertisement for positions with the City of Atlantic City. Job specifications are available in the Human Resources Department, room #416.

The closing date to apply for this position is February 27, 2014.

If you do not meet the minimum requirements, please share this with your parent/guardian, family and/or friends.

Have a great day! 🙂

 

 

 

Spring Job Fair

Spring Job Fair

Youth 17-21 years of age are invited to attend

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

“All Wars Memorial Building”
(Soldier’s Home)
1510 Adriatic Avenue, Atlantic City

Participating Employers include:

~ AC Line ~ AtlantiCare ~ Atlantic County One Stop Career Center ~Golden Corral Grill & Buffet ~ KMart ~ Kelsey & Kim’s Southern Cuisine Restaurants ~ McDonalds ~ Taja Construction ~ US Army ~ Wawa ~ and more!

Below are a few tips to guide you:

If you want to be taken seriously, you must dress appropriately.  Meaning you should not wear jeans, hats, hoodies, scarves, sneakers, or have visible electronic devices.  Your clothes should fit your properly— pants should cover your behind & your underwear ARE NOT visible to others.  Your hair should be neatly styled.

Avoid speaking in slang!  “Yes sir, Yes Miss, Yes ma’am, etc…”  Bring the name & phone number of at least three (3) professional references.  They should not be related to you.   Ask your teachers, a coach, a club advisor your guidance counselor for permission to use them as a reference.  Bring your own pens (not pencil) with you.

You should conduct yourself in a friendly manner.  Smile and greet others with “Good Morning” or “Good Afternoon.”

Go to bed early the night before so that you wake up early, rested, and refreshed.  You will do better when rested.

Sample interview questions are available on this page.  Select the “interview” tab and read through the questions.

The job market is tight.  You are competing with adults for employment.  For you to successfully compete with adults, you must step up your game and show potential employers that you have what it take.  Oh, one last thing.  If you have a résumé, bring extra copies.

Mark your calendar and good luck!

 

 

Do You Wana Make Some Cash?

How hard are you willing to earn some extra money?

I know that many of you are desperately seeking part-time jobs. However, I must remind you that Atlantic City is a seasonal town Translation…  Jobs are more plentiful during the summer months. Why?  The tourists are visiting casinos, enjoying the beach, and shopping at the Tanger Outlets and The Pier at Caesars.

Those visitors generate jobs, so this time of year (the winter), when fewer visitors patronize the city, fewer jobs exists.  Once the weather breaks and business picks up, employers will begin hiring again.  Until then… What can you do??

Get your shovels ready to shovel walk ways.  Many elderly residents and local businesses need clean walk ways.  “If” school is closed tomorrow, get up early, grab a friend (ladies this means you too), and offer to help someone shoveling or knock on the door and offer your services.

Pleeeeeease remember your manners!!  “Good Morning!”  “Good Afternoon!” If someone declines an offer to pay you, you have two choices:

 1.  Shovel the walk way anyway (especially if it an elderly person). Consider the gesture a “random act of kindness” or “community service.”

2. Politely and respectfully say, “okay” wish them well and move on to the next place. DO NOT get offended if they cannot pay you!  They may not  have the money to pay you.  Remember there are adults who are needy just like you.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is,

“What are you doing for others?’”

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Have a great day!  Be Safe!

Summer Ready To Work Program

Tomorrow, January 17th, is the last day to register for Atlantic City’s Summer Work Program.

To participate, you must be between the ages of 14 – 17 and live in Atlantic City.
Registration forms are still available in guidance (G200F) for the following workshops:

  • Saturday, February 8th, 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Atlantic City PAL Building
  • Saturday, February 15th, 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Atlantic City PAL Building

Questions?  Call me at ext. 2425

Mrs. Cain

Scholarship Announcement

SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT

The Atlantic City/DC Connection is proud to award a $1,000.00 scholarship to a deserving Atlantic City High School student of the graduating class. The scholarship recipient personally receives $1,000.00 upon proof of enrollment in an institution of higher learning.

To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must:

  • Be a resident of Atlantic City and of African American descent;
  • Be an accepted student at an institution of higher learning;
  • Type or neatly print, a minimum of 500 words in essay format, on the topic: “What growing up in Atlantic City has meant to me and how it has shaped my future goals and endeavors?
  • Submit a copy of “acceptance letter” along with Scholarship Application Forms and essay;
  • Include name and address of the school you plan to attend in the fall
  • Deadline:  All forms must be submitted by March 15
  • APPLICATION

         Mail to:

        Atlantic City/DC Connection c/o Braithwaite 7502 Foxcroft Ct. Clinton, MD 20735

Essays will be judged based on substance and details provided in addition to the overall quality of grammatical skills. The scholarship winner will be notified by April 15.

Contact persons in Atlantic City are Art Valentine 609-742-0125 and Cortez Martin 609-344-0610.

Contact persons in DC area are Mrs. Dorita Ford Braithwaite (301) 856-2658 and Ms. Judith Barnes Trotter (301) 423-1788.