Student Employment Opportunities

  • If you are a student interested in finding out about local opportunities, please be sure to read the disclaimer before looking at the current openings that are advertised. Many area businesses advertise job opportunities with us at LSHS. They are posted on the Student Information board alongside the school store in the commons and also available in a binder which would be available to copy. We have added them to our website as a convenience and service to our students but in no way constitutes or implies endorsement or support of LSHS, the Career Center or Lakeville Area Public Schools.  

    If you are a business wishing to post an opening, please mail or drop off a flyer with the posting. We are only able to print standard black ink on white paper, so if you want to share in color and/or have it printed on paper larger than 8-1/2x11" you will need to drop it off. Feel free to email job postings which include detailed, relevant information like job description, minimum age requirement, etc. and send to Julie.Peterson@isd194.org 


    Disclaimers of Endorsement and Liability
    Lakeville South (​LSHS), the Career Center and Lakeville Area Public Schools make no representations or guarantees about positions listed by the Career Center. ​ We are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of ​outside employment. It is the responsibility of the individuals to research the integrity of the organizations to which they are applying. The individual is advised to be smart about his/her job search and to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or a private party.   The web site also contains links to other web sites not under the control of the Career Center and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site. The ​Career Center provide​s these links only as a convenience. ​LSHS, the Career Center and Lakeville Area Public Schools​ assume no liability for acts of omissions by third parties or for materials supplied by them.


     

Jobs for students

Current Openings


Volunteer to Make a Difference

  • Local organizations offer a variety of opportunities to work, learn job and people skills and make a positive impact in our vibrant communities while having the potential to engage with others with similar interests. Volunteering shares your talents, develops new skills, expands resources and services, raises awareness of social needs, connects communities, and builds friendships. Whether you are looking for one-time, ongoing, project-based or seasonal; for individuals, families or groups (businesses, churches, civic organizations, schools, etc.) in person or remote from home, there is a role for you to contribute to making a difference in your community.

    Check out these local organizations that are currently seeking new volunteers!  https://www.inverhills.edu/CareerDevelopment/volunteerfair/

Prepare a Resume and Interviewing

  • Resumes are an important part to starting out the journey to looking for employment.  Even if you have not worked before, any volunteer work or accomplishments in academics, etc. would be a good base for your resume to begin with.  Use MCIS to gather this information along the way during your high school years to create the foundation for your resume. You might not realize how important those various accolades, awards, volunteer hours, babysitting duties, are until you go to apply for a job, college, or a scholarship opportunity. 

    To access MCIS and start keeping track of those things, select LOG IN with CLEVER on the sign-in page and then use the google option to use the same user name and password you do for logging into devices at LSHS or your school email. Please contact Julie Peterson in the Career Center for any assistance.

    Here are other sites that might provide a good resource for things to consider in preparation and planning for getting that job you want: