Local Job Opportunities
Are you looking for part-time work during the school year?
Or maybe you want full time summer work.
The following businesses are looking for employees.
Additional questions, stop by the counseling hub, follow the link or call the employer directly.
Yes Whatcom - The YES Whatcom awareness campaign, and this website, create space for families, educators, businesses and policymakers to align with a common goal: To connect youth with local careers while also contributing to the local economy in positive ways.
The Whatcom Business Alliance (WBA) understands that the key to a robust local economy is the availability of a skilled workforce.
With that in mind, WBA launched the Youth Engagement Initiative (YEI) in 2018 to help prepare the emergent workforce and to connect them with local employers.
Under the Youth Engagement Initiative umbrella, a YES Whatcom campaign was created to raise awareness of career options, hands-on learning experiences, paid internships and apprenticeship programs that are available at Whatcom organizations.
Rader Farms - Summertime employment - No experience needed, on the job training, positive, friendly outdoor setting, safe work environment. Application available outside the Counseling Center.
Maberry Packing - Seasonal job opportunities include: raspberry harvesters, packing plant, flat washing, lab techs, truck drivers, ticket punchers and forklift drivers.
Enfield Farms - Seasonal job opportunities
Holmquist Hazelnut Orchards -
Silverado Memory Care - Jobs in the healthcare fields including CNA, LPN, cook, culinary aide, housekeeping, laundry and maintenance. Training is available.
WCLS - The Whatcom County Library System has several different job postings available online.
WCC - If you are planning to attend Whatcom Community College in the fall, there are job opportunities available through the Office of Student Life and Development. Benefits include: gain valuable leadership skills, serve your fellow students, make lifetime friendships, make a positive impact, building your resume, and work on campus! No experience necessary. Applications are due March 22nd.
Positions available are:
- ASWCC Executive Board - 6 positions
- ASWCC Programming and Diversity Board – 5 positions
- Student Life and Development Ambassadors – 6 positions
- Student Recreation Center Ambassadors – 8 positions
CHS Northwest - 18 or older
Ecology Youth Corp - Now Hiring
Interfor Cedarprime - Entry level production employees, must be at least 18, able to lift 50 lbs. or more. Contact Kimberley Broersma for more information and application at 360-988-2128 or email@example.com.
Lynden Manor Assisted Living - opening for a receptionist to work evenings and/or weekend shifts, approximately 14-17 hours/week. Looking for someone who is friendly, responsible, dependable, self-motivated, reliable and outgoing. Print application from link, fill out and then return to Lynden Manor at 905 Aaron Dr., Lynden, WA.
Birch Bay Waterslides - positions available for lifeguard, concessions, grounds crew, Birch Bay Pizza manager and crew members. See link for details. In order to apply for any position you must submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your availability beginning from May 23rd - Sept. 7th.
Neyhart Farms - Summertime and after-school. Seeking farmhand to hay, operate tractor and do general farm work. Must have a good work ethic. Pay dependent on experience. Contact Eric Neyhart at 360-927-2047 or email@example.com
MAXOutreach - many local job opportunities
Washington Conservation Corps - apply online starting July 15