Work experience can be a great benefit to you and your employer. The following sites may help you find job openings, internships or volunteer work opportunities, as well as provide health and safety requirements.
Careers in the Military - Numerous occupations are employed by the U.S. Military, be it at the active duty, reserve or civilian level.
These positions are within various offices and duty stations around the world. Military careers range from being in IT to Communications to Medical to Attorneys to Business to Education and Training.
Health & Safety for Kids on the Farm - Farming is a common form of employment, providing summer jobs for lots of teens all over
Wisconsin. Farm machinery, animals, chemicals, and storage areas are things that some teens ordinarily might not encounter — familiarize how you can protect yourself from a potentially serious accident.
Internships and Volunteer Work in Wisconsin - Find an Internship in Wisconsin.
Job Center Publications - Publications on Topics Such as Job
Readiness, Job Search, Resumes and Applications, and Interviewing. (PDF)
Searching for Jobs - From the DWD Wisconsin Job Center.
Wisconsin Career Centers -
There are Ten Regional Career Centers in Wisconsin.
Working Teenagers - US Health & Human Services - What you
should know about safety and health on the job.
Youth Employment by Fair Labor Standards Act - US Department of Labor.
Youth Rules- US Department of Labor.
Young Worker Awareness Program - Health and safety awareness tips.
Last updated 5/2/2013