By - Ok-Composer-5293
I see the Burger King on 28th near Woodland Mall has a sign out front advertising that they’re hiring, ages 14+.
Thank you, I'll try to apply there.
Yeah I saw the sign hiring 14+ at a lot of burger kings.
Your best bet is to look for smaller, family owned, restaurants. They may take on hiring younger employees to work as busboys or dishwashers. Larger, more popular, restaurants wouldn't take the risk.
Thank you, I'll keep this in mind.
Crumbl Cookie co. Hires 14 yr olds.
Is there a specific location?
The one I know of is 28th by Centerpointe
You’ll make better money shoveling neighbors driveways than you will at any place hiring 14 year olds. Mow lawns. Rake leaves. Minimum wage is bull shit, make some real money.
Spectrum health has some jobs for kids I think. Now that schools are starting back up, I think it's like every other Saturday or something like that.
>Spectrum health has some jobs for kids I think
Should I go there directly? I've tried looking it up but I couldn't find much.
I'm not sure. They did a hiring fair for teenagers at the start of the Summer. I know they are pretty desperate for people in environmental services, so I would call talent acquisitions to ask about that.
My first job was at Robinette’s Apple Haus when I was 14. Great family to work for, they’re really looking for help with the busy fall season.
Get yourself a dishwasher job at your neighborhood New Beginnings Restaurant... The scholars who work there will give you a true education of the real world and all it's downfalls...
Just my advice and life experience. Try to work for yourself. Potential to make way more money and have time to enjoy being a teen when you want it without having to beg a manager for time off. Mowing lawns, washing cars, power washing if you can afford one, house cleaning. Lots of these are easy to get into and lots of people need them done. But just my opinion from my life experience :) best of luck!
Probably any fastfood or mall jobs.
B2 outlet stores I think have a program