• EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    (job postings are not sponsored by West Forsyth High School, but are job opportunities made known to the school by area businesses)

    Students are required to have a valid Youth Employment Certificate (Worker's Permit) on file with the Department of Labor if the student is under the age of 18. See Mrs. Hayes if you need assistance securing a Worker's Permit/Youth Employment Certificate.

     

    WEST FORSYTH STUDENT JOB BOARD 2024

    Stay informed about the West Forsyth High School JOB BOARD! Find all the latest job postings for part-time and full-time employment. Do you need to obtain a Youth Employment Certificate (Worker's Permit)? You can do that here. Are you looking for a part-time summer job or full-time employment after graduation? You can find that job posting here as well. Make sure to click on the activity panel icon (the bell) on the right and follow the page. You will then receive notifications as new job posts are added. Stay connected and click the link below to access the job board. 

    WEST FORSYTH STUDENT JOB BOARD 2024

     

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    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE LISTED BELOW:

    (Volunteer opportunities are not sponsored by West Forsyth High School, but are opportunities made known to the school by various organizations)

    VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED BELOW:

    Habitat for Humanity (opportunities available for on-site construction and through ReStore.  Check the website for how to get involved and make a difference through Habitat for Humanity. Click here to get started.

    Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation (AARF) of Winston-Salem exists to improve the lives of cats and dogs while strengthening the human and animal bond. Volunteer opportunities are available for animal socialization, fostering, and designing of event flyers. Volunteers must be 18 years of age, or 16 with parent authorization. Check out the AARF of WS website to learn more. Click here to get started.

    Clemmons Food Pantry is always accepting new volunteers at their Clemmons location.  Volunteers can help unload, unpack and shelf items. Potential volunteers must attend an orientation session and then schedule their own volunteer days/times. Check out the CFP website to sign up for the next orientation session.  Click here to get started.

    Second Harvest Food Bank in Winston-Salem is called upon to support people who are facing food insecurity in the community.  Volunteers are needed every day to help provide this service.  Opportunities are available in community meal preparation, food sorting and community food distribution.  Check out the Second Harvest Food Bank website to learn more and sign up to be a volunteer. Click here to get started.

    The Salvation Army has a motto called "Doing the Most Good".  It takes many volunteers to provide services to the community. Students can volunteer for meal delivery or ring the bell to collect donations.  There are also opportunities for food pantry assistance, helping with the Boys and Girls Clubs of WS and collection at the Salvation Army thrift store.  Check out the website to learn more. Click here to get started.

    Students that have an interest in the medical field can apply to the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Summer VolunTeen Program. This program is open to students ages 14-18, and not graduating this school year.  Students must be 14 by May 31st, 2024 to apply. The summer volunteen program is a 4-week program that runs during July and August. The application process is very competitive, so early submission is important.  No student will be considered after the application deadline and all requirements must be submitted. Check out the website for more information and to apply online. Make sure to select the appropriate location. There are opportunities in W-S, Lexington, and High Point. The deadline to apply is TBD for 2024. Updated deadlines and information will be posted to this website when made available.  Click here to apply.

    For students involved with Crosby Scholars, there are many opportunities to earn your required community service hours.  Check out the website for upcoming events. There are virtual and in-person opportunities to consider. Click here to see the available opportunities.

    Big Brothers, Big Sisters Services in Forsyth and Davie counties has changed children's lives by matching them with caring adults to help guide them on a path to success.  High school students can sign up to "Be a Big" and get matched with a young boy or girl that could benefit from your guidance and support. One hour, one week, one year is the time commitment that a Big serves. Volunteering just a few hours a month can start something amazing for a child. Get started now and become a big brother or big sister to a child in need.  Click here to learn more.

     

    SEE MRS. HAYES IN THE 500 BUILDING WITH QUESTIONS REGARDING JOB POSTINGS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES. 

Last Modified on May 3, 2024