Paid & Unpaid Career Opportunities
Below are current employment, internship, mentorship program opportunities
Now Hiring! King Pins Bowling Alley for various positions.
This is a great first job for high school students!
Here are some safety guidelines for potential employees
- Facemasks required even while bowling
- Health checks and facemasks for all team members before starting their shift
- Additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility (total of 13)
- Dedicated team members assigned to continuous disinfecting
- Limited use of tables and lanes to adhere to social distancing requirements
Click here to view information about the opportunity and how to apply.
Madison High School Winter Internship
Are you interested in growing your leadership skills and knowledge? Do you value giving back to your community & learning about different social justice topics/issues? What if I said you could get paid for exploring your passions?? Take the time to read more about our internship and apply today!
Applications are open from October 5th - 18th. Please review the internship job description online before continuing with your application. If you have any questions regarding the internship or your application, please email email@example.com.
Passion Impact highly encourages students of color and students who receive free and reduced lunch to apply.
IMPORTANT: This Internship is currently only available to Madison High School students in Portland, Oregon.
Deadline to apply is Sunday October 18th before 11:59pm
Open Sesame - Step into Tech Internship Program
At OpenSesame, you will have a chance to grow your professional network while gaining a sense of what it’s like to have a career in technology. You will gain a wide array of technical and business skills. In addition to growing your skills, you will have the opportunity to experience first hand what it is like working in a fast-paced, growing tech company. This is a paid internship and the minimum commitment to the program 5 hours a week. You may also be eligible for high school course credit.
- Current Junior or Senior in high school in the greater Portland Or area.
- A great attitude and a willingness to learn
- Demonstrated reliability and strong interest in working in business or technology.
- The ability to work at least 3-5 hours per week, during or after school remotely from home.
- Finally, the most important thing to us is that you have a passion for learning and have a willingness to grow your skills!
American Medical Medical Women’s Association Mentorship
AMWA Pre-Health Academic Mentorship (PHAM) registration is still open. Meetings are once a month for one hour over Zoom. The program will run from November 17th to May 18th. Application Deadline: October 23. Students can apply here. Click here for info flyer
ACE Mentorship Program
Applications for the ACE Mentor Program of Oregon are now OPEN and student/family info sessions start Tuesday, Oct. 13! This in-depth career mentorship opportunity will be virtual in 2020-21. It is open to juniors and seniors who are interested in architecture, construction and engineering, and it includes college scholarship opportunities.
Please invite your students! ACE will be hosting student & family information sessions via Zoom We will provide a program overview and answer questions. Click the date to register and get an automatic participation link.
Apply Now! Applications are open. Please complete the 2-part application. Applications are due Nov. 20 and sessions run January to May 2021.
- Oregon application (updated link)
- National registration (students new to ACE scroll down to create an account)
See our website for more information: acementoroforegon.com/students
More about ACE: ACE is an after-school mentorship that connects Portland area high-school students to careers in Architecture, Construction and Engineering. Our local program serves 150 students per year and relies on 100 volunteer mentors, all professionals in their fields, to coach students in a hands-on, team-oriented project. The program has demonstrated success in helping Oregon students graduate from high school, earn college scholarships, continue their education and make informed career decisions.