Currently she is a cashier at K-mart. She can do basically anything entry level. She also is a GREAT painter, pencil drawing, artist type person. Tuition reimbursement is the major thing she wants to focus on.
Tough getting tuition reimbursement if you're not working 40 hrs/ week. Might try a bank, as they have many enty level positions (I worked part-time doing credit card fraud prevention for US Bank in Denver) and often have reimbursement programs.
The bank is actually probably a good place to look for a part time job. If she's interested in a job paying for tuition
I would suggest a job in a medical field - maybe entry medical records though a hospital like st.john hours stink
but if you can get your foot in the door it's worth it - I started out that way when I was 16. Another option is a
pharmacy. their alway hiring part time workers and if you can get in to a big coperation like Riteaid, Cvs or Walmart
they'll reimburse you tuition as long and your going to school for something related. Good luck!
QUOTE(HazyMemory @ May 3 2003, 10:15 PM)QUOTE(btenn @ May 3 2003, 05:44 PM) When she turns 18 she can always become a topless dancer
She's almost 20. My neighbor suggested that too. She isn't into that though.
If she was would you let her??? If I did that when I was 19 I would have been a millionaire and wouldn't have to work, I'd be retired