Looking for something to do this summer?
Stop in the Counseling Office to look through the summer program folder. It will continually be updated as we receive more information.
Summer Volunteer Program for High School Students
The Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac is accepting applications for its Discovery Guide Volunteer Program. This program is ideal for high school students that are looking for a meaningful way to apply and further develop their creativity, communication skills and leadership. Students need to complete a 2-hour training session (June 12 or June 19) and then will select from a variety of volunteer shifts throughout the summer. They will finish the program with a quality experience, something they will be proud to put on their resumes and 16 volunteer hours.
If interested, please fill out the on-line application found on the Museum’s website. http://www.cmfdl.org/discovery-guide-volunteer/
Summer Nanny needed for SMSA family
An SMSA family with 3 children (ages 9, 7 and 3) is looking for a summer sitter/nanny, Monday-Thursday 7:15 am-5 pm. Must be able to drive. Please call Sam at (920) 602-1910 for more information.
Buechel Stone Summer Employment
Buechel Stone in Chilton is seeking Summer Help for the upcoming season!
- Must be 16 or older
- Positions available on 1st and 2nd Shift
- Pay: $12/hour and earn an additional $1/hour every summer returned
Those interested can also apply online at https://buechelstone.applicantpro.com/jobs/737264.html
Habitat Volunteer Opportunity-Walleye Weekend
The Children’s Museum of FDL and Habitat for Humanity are looking for “Parking Lot Attendants” to welcome and collect fees from visitors during Walleye Weekend festivities. Shifts begin Friday afternoon, June 8th, and run until Sunday afternoon, June 10th, in 2.5 hour increments. Please stop in the Counseling Office for more information.
Rosenow Elementary School Scholarship
Rosenow Elementary School PTO is offering three $500 scholarships to graduating seniors who attended Rosenow Elementary School, at least one year, and plan to continue their education at a college or technical school